72% of B2B companies that built their own marketplace have gained market share in the past 2 years (McKinsey).
B2B marketplace sales surged 131% to $56B in 2021 (Digital Commerce 360).
88% of B2B buyers buy from one or more marketplaces (Distribution Strategy Group).
Offer an exceptional B2B experience to both vendors and buyers to ensure repeat business and commerce growth. Nautical’s multi-vendor platform was built to make marketplace and dropship transactions simple.
Keep the tech you’ve already invested in. Nautical’s API and open architecture work with the systems you’re using. You can continue to use your ERP or legacy software while elevating your business offering with Nautical’s headless multi-vendor capabilities.
Offering a great online experience requires clean product data. Pull product images, pricing, descriptions, and more from an unlimited number of sources into Nautical’s multi-vendor backend. Ensure your products are up-to-date and synced between systems.
Digitize analog processes using Nautical’s multi-vendor technology to increase operational efficiencies and reduce time spent on manual tasks. Allow your employees to focus on customer and vendor support instead of product uploads and invoice creation.
Keeping track of funds across various systems runs the risk of incompatibility, downtime, and complex integrations. Nautical’s multi-vendor platform has a built-in advanced payments and accounting system so you can rest assured the money is where it needs to be — regardless of your unique payments flows.
See how Nautical’s dropship & marketplace capabilities have helped your peers.
“The Nautical platform allows us to take our eye off of the transactional deal flow, listings, and the functionality of the website, and focus on the value adds for our clientele. And that's really important to us.”
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“From the day I pitched my concept (to Nautical), to the day we were able to sit down in one of the largest vehicle logistics retailers office in the country was less than 90 days…the speed at which they brought us to market was insane.”