Harness the power of a Headless Platform for your multi-brand strategy.
Our Headless architecture makes it easy to roll out multiple sales channels on the front-end while working from the same Commerce platform (back-end).
You can easily choose which front-end platform is best for you and your customers. Whether it is an existing front-end design, a standard template or a webshop designed from scratch.
Until recently, developers and marketeers were often at odds when selecting a B2B platform. If you opted for high-end technology on the back end, marketeers often complained about a spartan CMS they had to work with. And the fancy CMS they knew from the B2C market did not work well with the complex back end in the B2B segment.
With Headless Commerce, those two sides are disconnected and linked via an API, allowing B2B customers to have a B2C experience as well. Best-of-breed of both, flexible and stable.
Happy marketeer, happy developers, happy dealer, happy customer.
Propeller is pure B2B e-commerce. That means that typical B2B functionalities are built into the core of the platform. PIM, marketing automation, customer intelligence, and CMS for B2B organizations. No plugins or add-ons.
For seamless order processes, real-time accurate data and rich product information Propeller integrates with al mayor ERP systems
Creating a specific pricing plan for each customer would be a boost to customer loyalty to your store.
An Open Catalog Interface (OCI) allows your customers to search and order products from their ERP.
Cater to the specific needs of every customer. Specific pricing, catalog, budgets, authorization.
Every B2B customer gets his own portal, specific prices, own catalog. For self-service commerce, overviews, FAQ’s, returns.
Manage the translations of all product data in a well-organized manner, via classifications, descriptions and product characteristics, even units.
Control multiple commerce stores from one central admin panel. Cross-border, multi-currency, different regulations, and languages.
One back-end linked to multiple “branded” front-ends.