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Online retailer Ebuyer.com has set its sights on carving out more revenue from the business market after cutting the ribbon on services aimed squarely at the corporate customer.
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The firm has launched Ebuyer ProServices, which provides corporate customers with managed IT and cloud computing systems as well as online and telephone consultancy.
The firm is the latest to chart a growth in demand for business devices with an increasing number of previously well known online consumer players also trying to bolster their revenues by entering the B2B space.
“We identified a need from our customers for an all-inclusive service for buying, configuring, and managing IT networks and infrastructure," said Ebuyer’s head of sales, Amber Smith.
“We have over twenty years’ experience in sourcing and supplying high-quality IT products. We have now made our industry knowledge and expertise available to external businesses'" she added "Our accredited engineers have vast experience and are able to provide advice, strategy, and all the hardware needed for a high-performance network and efficient IT infrastructure.”
As well as delivering a range of managed services the firm is also looking to help meet one of the main challenges from customers, around security. The service will deliver protection against malware, DDOS and other malicious attacks.
Ebuyer’s IT Director, Paul Lyons, said that the launch of the latest iniaitive should appeal to existing customers as well as give the firm the chance to strike some fresh relationships.
“We are excited to launch our new service. Our team is looking forward to helping new and existing customers increase their organisations productivity and online security with our bespoke systems,” he said.
Ebuyer enters a fairly crowded market and the ProServices launch comes just days after fellow online player Misco fell into administration with competition one of the factors blamed for its demise.