Our customers refer to us as industrial “Facebook” on steroids, a key in building business relationship.

Services overview

Business networking becomes easier with online “social networks” like eBCentral, LinkedIn, Facebook, etc.  Online social network sites are web based services that allows individuals or groups to construct a public and private profile within a bounded system, articulate a list of other providers and groups with whom they share a business connection, and view and traverse their list of connections generating new business, orders and building supplier relationships.

When you add eBCentral to your tools you get the ability to actually to make sales online, address vendor compliance and build a customer network.  At this point it business becomes a pleasure; eBCentral becomes part of your day to day operations and a profit generation service for your business.

EBCentral can also help you at establish better relationships with your customers, build new business, provide an agile business environment, develop a sense of compliance and respond to customer’s quotation requests.

The ecommerce community will enable you to:

         Expand your customer base joining the vendor list of new customers.

         Electronically bid on new business opportunities.

         Create your own provider network of subcontractors that can expand your business service offering.

A Business Social Network is a variation of the ever so popular social network service.  But its goal is focuses only towards creating business opportunities, sales and a customer network.  This has become a very effective method for both small and big companies wanting to reach people internationally. With the assistance of a Business Social Network, businesses are given the opportunity to reach more people and have a bigger customer audience.

Just like networking in real life, the basic rule still applies – it is all about having the same interests. On the Internet, online businesses that shares the same interests would contact each other. If all goes well, they would forge a partnership or an alliance to boost their status.