OrderFusion Releases BTB E-Commerce Software

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OrderFusion, San Diego, yesterday released its Orders of Magnitude 4.0 business-to-business e-commerce software.


The platform's new features include the eXchange Connect module, which allows the software to integrate with any electronic procurement system, trading community, portal or marketplace; enhanced WebReach channel support so that any channel, including third-party distributors, dealers and resellers, can participate in the sales process; eAuctions module, which lets suppliers conduct sell-side auctions; and wireless access protocol-enabled support for hand-held devices.


Software licensing costs $100,000 for a multi-exchange connector and $50,000 for each additional module. Or suppliers can choose from several monthly software rental options, including $2,000 per customer of the supplier, $5,000 per e-marketplace connection with no limit on customers or $7,000 per e-procurement package with no limit on the number of marketplaces supported. Hosted services cost $3 per transaction.


Organizations also aggregate suppliers into an exchange for $2,000 per supplier per month.
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