No, there are no charges for Suppliers to use the standard solutions we provide.
We run regular welcome webcasts for newly registered suppliers. These are designed to assist Suppliers in getting set up and started with us. It’s also an opportunity to ask questions and meet the team. To register for a webcast please visit the events page.
Please select the most relevant or closest commodity to your Company.
The prompt payment fee of up to 2.45% will be applied to your order, so for £100.00 order you receive £97.55 in 4 days rather than waiting 28, 40, 60 or 80 days for payment. The 2.45% prompt payment fee is the maximum fee that can be applied to a transaction.
No. Buying organisations will continue with their existing payment methods. If they are using the Procserve (now Basware) ePayments module they will contact you to advice.
Your payment conditions remain unaffected whilst trading via Procserve Commerce Network(now the Basware commerce network); they are a separate commercial relationship between you and your customer.
There are multiple Marketplaces on the Procserve Commerce Network (now the Basware commerce network).
Within these Marketplaces there are multiple buying organisations with thousands of users.
You will need to register once and can then route Orders internally to the correct branch. Alternatively to cut out the manual routing process you could integrate with Procserve.
You can receive orders in any of the following ways:
There are no charges for Procserve’s (now Basware) standard integration methods however if you require bespoke work from us this would be chargeable. To discuss this further please contact us at email@example.com
Our standard language is cXML but it you require another language such as BASADA, EDI, OAG, etc. we can map this however it is a chargeable service.
No, catalogues you create can be buyer specific or community specific. The Buying Organisation that requests catalogue content from you will confirm their specific requirements. Restriction of who can see your catalogue is managed by the Buyer.
This will depend on your pricing structures and configurable items. If you have set pricing structures these can be catalogued or a punchout connection set up to your existing eCommerce site.
The catalogue item will remain visible to customers unless you log in to update the catalogue item. We do not provide an integration solution with your stock management systems.
Within the Procserve (now Basware) Catalogue Builder there is no calculation for delivery charge by location. Currently the options available are a flat fee rate or a variable rate.
If you are providing PunchOut, delivery cost will be calculated in your own environment. The shopping basket with delivery charge is them brought back to the buyers system for approval.
Yes. Multiple catalogues can be loaded for one customer. All you need to do is ensure you have a unique catalogue name and ID for each one.
No. Procserve (now Basware) does not replace eTendering solutions / or tendering processes. We would advise you to continue to use the methods you do today when competing for work.
No. Once you complete registration you will have the ability to trade with any customer on the Procserve Commerce Network (now the Basware commerce network).
We provide regular bite-size training webcast which are free of charge. To register for these webcasts please go to the events page.