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Amazon makes push for office supply market

by Carl Steward
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The Amazon logo shown on a shiny black wallAmazon makes push for office supply market

According to Marketing Dive, Amazon recently announced the commencement of a marketing campaign highlighting the platform’s capacity to track office supply demands for businesses to grow its business-to-business (B2B) capabilities.

The platform, advertised under the phrase “Purchase more wisely. Think bigger. “highlights how facility managers may handle shipping more effectively by tracking spending, product orders, and the demand for extra inventory in one comprehensive location. In the face of supply chain challenges, these orders may contain cleaning and maintenance supplies for facility managers.

It is marketed as a “one-stop shop” for enterprises that require goods from various providers. As the epidemic affected demand and the capacity to distribute office supplies, Amazon saw the current market slump as an opportunity to develop technology that would help it recover amid business re-openings across the United States and beyond.

Through its Business Prime and Amazon Prime memberships, the portal allows customers to purchase items ranging from cleaning wipes to personal protective equipment from various suppliers (PPE). The potential client pool is large, but consolidation efforts for multiple vendor purchases aim to streamline operations for small firms and startups.

The campaign is Amazon Business’s newest expansion initiative, which began in 2015 and has subsequently served the majority of Fortune 100 organizations. Notable competitors, including Shopify, Costco, and others, have followed suit with comparable platforms that enable operational convergence among B2-B distributors.

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