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B2B eCommerce’s Newest Member

The digital commerce market for B2B players has just gained a new member. In an announcement made Wednesday (Sept. 2), Techni-pros.com revealed its launch to the B2B eCommerce scene in the U.K.

According to the company’s release, the site connects buyers, suppliers, advertisers, and enterprise service providers on a single digital catalogue developed for a range of industries. “Aiming to cater to the needs of every industry, the company takes price in covering all the products and services required by a business and for providing an efficient service,” the firm said in its announcement.

The platform provides industrial tools, office supplies, event management and even accounting services. Companies can purchases these products and services through Techni-Pros’ payment gateway, while suppliers can register to advertise their offerings on the site.

Techni-Pros founder and CEO Serge Nguélé said in a statement that his background in digital marketing led him to develop a platform that lets companies achieve their targets even with strict budget guidelines. “My aim was to come up with a solution that fulfills the day-to-day requirements of businesses and public organizations,” he said, “while saving both their time and money so that they can achieve their business goals efficiently.”

Techni-Pros is one of a limited number of B2B eCommerce portals that not only connects buyers to suppliers, but also allows these businesses to conduct their transaction directly on the site. The industry is expected to reach $6.7 trillion worth of sales across the globe by the end of the decade, according to recent figures by Frost & Sullivan.

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