Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 13, 2010
Businesses across the country know all too well how often they need operating supplies and equipment. Problem is, it can be a time-consuming task to locate, purchase and track all the supplies that are needed. On the flip side, it can be a challenge for suppliers to consistently seek out those who need their supplies. OrderZone.com aims to change all that and make supplier management a simple process.
“The idea behind OrderZone.com is to make offering and purchasing business supplies easier to access and manage for everyone,” explains Brent D. Ray, CEO and Founder of OrderZone.com. “It just makes sense to have one central system where B2B buyers and suppliers can be brought together.”
Businesses wishing to purchase MRO and OEM products and services will be able to locate, make purchases and track all transactions right from the site, thus streamlining the procurement process. Additionally, they will be able to track warranties and manage their MRO and OEM inventory. Suppliers who take advantage of being listed in the site will find that it is an effective way to bring in new business and enhance their channel strategy.
The site is set to launch at the end of January 2011. Currently, OrderZone.com is seeking to create alliances with best-in-their-class MRO and OEM suppliers and manufacturers. For those who are interested in learning more about the process, or becoming a preferred supplier in the OrderZone.com marketplace, visit the site at http://www.OrderZone.com or send an e-mail to suppliers(at)orderzone(dot)com
“Businesses need this type of management tool in order to work effectively and efficiently,” adds Ray. “Those who get in on the ground floor now will have an advantage and will find OrderZone offers a great return on investment and positive brand exposure.”
OrderZone.com, originally started by W.W. Grainger in 1999, was later sold to Works.com. It is now owned by a group of private investors who specialize in advanced Internet and software engineering technologies aimed at supply chain management.
OrderZone.com was originally started in 1999 by W.W. Grainger and today is owned by a private group of investors. The site, which officially launches in January 2011, aims to bring B2B (business to business) clients together. Businesses will be able to offer, order and track MRO and OEM products and services. To learn more about OrderZone, visit the website at http://www.OrderZone.com.
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