TradeSync Announces Orders Milestone

TradeSync Corporation, a leading provider of mobile and SaaS solutions for B2B e-commerce, today announced that its users are now generating more than $1 million per week in orders via the company’s mobile solutions. Average order size is in the $800 to $1,200 range.

“This is just the beginning but the early signs clearly show that B2B customers want to manage purchasing activities on their mobile devices. However, these customers demand a mobile app experience that works the way they do; it must be simple to use, yet improve the efficiency of their business,” said Peter Daley, Chief Executive Officer, TradeSync Corporation. “We designed our mobile ordering capability in conjunction with end customers to make certain it is compelling.”
Continued Daley, “B2B vendors – wholesale distributors in particular – are realizing the power of mobile apps. By launching their own mobile apps on the TradeSync e-commerce platform, these vendors can put a productivity tool in the hands of their customers that also opens up new sales, marketing, and customer service opportunities for themselves. It’s a win-win for customer and vendor alike.” TradeSync Mobile Ordering is available as a module within the Company’s B2B Mobile Apps offering. 
Vendors that want to drive increased sales via mobile apps are beginning to take note.  A number of business-to-business vendors have recently launched their own mobile apps on the TradeSync platform with more slated to go live in the coming weeks. A complete list of TradeSync-powered iPhone and Android apps that have already launched can be found by searching “TradeSync” in the respective app stores.
“Mobile ordering can uniquely connect the point of need with the source of supply. We are seeing particularly strong adoption by construction contractors and attribute this to the inherently mobile workforce in construction that requires the efficient supply of products but until now has largely been cut-off from enterprise purchasing systems and e-commerce sites,” said Daley.


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