Tejari launches upgraded website
Dubai, June 19, 2011
Tejari, the leading B2B online marketplace in the emerging markets, has launched an upgraded version of its website tejari.com, introducing a host of new features, business tools and enhanced security.
The new features rolled out by Tejari, which provides a single point of contact for a growing community of buyers and sellers and online auctions, include analytical tools for a better understanding of market trends and better inventory management to improve operational efficiencies.
It also offers enhanced visibility for announcements made by customers on the website, a single window for buyers’ tenders, enhanced user controls over their Tejari account’s security and a three-step guide to help clients navigate seamlessly through Tejari.com.
“As the most preferred online marketplace for B2B transactions and home to the largest network of online buyers in the Middle East, we are committed to providing the best e-tools and e-services to our vast community of business users,” said Suhail Al Banna, chief executive officer, Tejari.
“Our team of experts has worked hard to ensure that when doing business through tejari.com our customers are guaranteed the accuracy, speed and security of their transactions. We believe that our new enhanced online tools and e-services will deliver value addition to our partners and enrich their Tejari experience,” he added.
The new analytical tools feature is designed to give buyers and sellers the right perspective for their businesses in a constantly shifting market, while Tejari members also get better control over their products, process, buy leads and announcements made through tejari.com.
The new-look feature-rich business portal also delivers added value to customers’ public announcements through the new enhanced visibility feature, which not only displays the messages on Tejari.com home page but also ensures their automatic inclusion in the classified section of the trading floor for extended circulation.
Tejari.com permits spot-purchasing and online auctions that enable participants’ real-time access to new markets and greater cost savings, a statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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