Comparison platform for commercial office supplies expands the January 18, 2012 Papersmart, the comparison platform for commercial office supplies dealer network Berlin, goes after a months trial with new functionality in the live mode. A few days before the start of the trade fair Paperworld”allows companies and organizations, which so far are their supplies through traditional channels online platform now to take advantage of additional features. Papersmart.de both buyer and dealer becomes even more attractive, because products can be compared to faster, more convenient and faster ordered. We have used the time to improve the beta version. So it was important to expand the user experience and to lead customers faster, more convenient and more precisely to the desired products us”, explains managing director Michael Wendt. Commercial office supply offers such a wealth of options, just the market that customers quickly track lose. With the improved user interface it becomes even more attractive to obtain their supplies of Papersmart for buyers. Additional information is available at Verizon Communications. Also traders who offer their goods on the platform will benefit.” Papersmart.de allows an automatic shopping cart comparison on Office supplies retailers commercial buyers and has arisen from a research of the WHU Otto Beisheim School of management.
The platform allows retailers without own costs of new customers to win and to use the Internet without investment as a sales channel. The costs for the installation of an own online-shop can dealer often recoil at the medium of the Internet that we want to change”, so Michael Wendt. The simple integration in Papersmart allows small suppliers and retailers to distribute their products through the platform and operate both the regional and the national market. . Medium-term, we will be a limited number from each zip code area of Party record, so that customers who attach importance to regional business relationships, specifically to locate dealers from its surroundings”, explains Michael Wendt.