Building B2B portals with BigCommerce [whitepaper]

Gibson Toombs
July 12th, 2021

BigCommerce provides businesses with the tools they need to build intuitive, engaging, and secure online experiences for their customers. While most of the eCommerce landscape is made up of B2C sales, companies are starting to see the value of bringing B2B sales processes online as well—due to the advancement and accessibility of cutting-edge digital tools and other factors like the COVID-19 pandemic. 

To provide B2B companies with more freedom and control in building their online portals, BigCommerce recently launched B2B Edition—a solution that offers seamless transactions, convenient self-service capabilities, and simpler facilitation of online sales operations. 

Here are some of the exciting new features and capabilities that come with BigCommerce’s B2B offering: 

  • Accepting various payment methods and options
  • Adding invoice portals
  • Creating shared shopping lists and buy-again features
  • Establishing multiple buyer tiers and user categories
  • Managing multiple online stores under a single contract
  • Accessing pre-installed B2B-optimized themes
  • Establishing customer account hierarchies and price-lists

As a trusted BigCommerce partner with over a decade of experience building B2B portals, Codal understands how to get the most out of the platform. We’re given advance notice about updates like the ones listed above, and we regularly contribute feedback to make the platform better. 

With BigCommerce powering the back-end eCommerce engine, we design, develop, launch, and maintain online sales portals that enhance the B2B customer experience and streamline internal systems for our clients—resulting in lower costs, optimized revenue, and a stronger online presence. 

Interested in learning more about how BigCommerce and Codal can help transform your company’s B2B sales process? Download our free whitepaper today!

Gibson Toombs

Gibson Toombs

Gibson Toombs is a Technical Content Writer at Codal. His writing career began in 2015 after graduating from the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication. Since then, he has worked on many projects, covering a wide range of technical topics, from solar energy to cybersecurity. When he’s not taking complex ideas and turning them into easily-digestible pieces of content, Gibson can be found playing guitar and writing songs at his apartment in Chicago.



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