B2B Marketplace Share Your Supplier Contracts with Members in an Amazon-like Experience
The B2B Marketplace is a powerful buyer/supplier hub and P2P solution perfect for co-ops, GPOs, franchise organizations, and other highly decentralized spending organizations looking to manage their own marketplace.Get a Personalized Demo
BuyerQuest is architected to allow a 'Shared Marketplace, Private Financials' experience, where your Members have one place to go to find all of your contracted vendors, but can each have a personalized and private experience, including directly integrating their ERP or Financial System to BuyerQuest.
The BuyerQuest B2B Advantage
The procurement solution for franchises, co-ops, GPO's and more. The intuitive user interface increases user adoption significantly, while providing an end-to-end procurement experience for your Member users.
Decentralized & Franchisee Procurement
Whether you support Franchisees, GPO Members, or are a single organization with highly decentralized spending patterns, the B2B Marketplace allows your Members efficiently access your Supplier contracts, all while having a very private and personalized shopping experience.
Simplified Purchasing Experience
Provide access to your negotiated Supplier Catalogs through an Amazon-like purchasing experience. It's as simple as Search, Buy, Pay - allowing your Members to manage all of their indirect spend all within a single solution.
Pay Your Suppliers Directly
BuyerQuest offers the ability to pay your Suppliers directly within the platform, by either ACH, Check, or Virtual Cards. Members and Suppliers can manage their financial information directly, allowing for self-service, and freeing up your organizations resoures.
Meeting the Challenge of Decentralized Spend
Centralizing Spend Across a Large Geographic Footprint
A global Quick Service Restaurant group was looking to leverage the combined buying power of thousands of franchisees but struggled due to adoption issues with a previous solution. Due to a non-mandated culture which discouraged pushing corporate initiatives, any centrally owned solution had to be adopted organically and completely voluntarily. TheDownload the Case Study