EqualLevel’s comparison shopping marketplace platform provides a fluid and consistent shopping experience across all sellers, with the ability to compare like products based on price and other attributes.
To avoid purchasing incorrect priced, out-of-stock, or unavailable products, the platform interfaces directly with sellers at their highest level of capability (API, Data Feed, Level II Punchout), ensuring product data is fresh.
Contract audit and tracking features ensure shoppers are buying from approved contracts, and are following the correct compliance steps. Everything is captured in the marketplace, available for real-time analytics, and can be archived for up to five years if required by law. Best of all, your marketplace is ready-to-shop in less than 30 days, with zero user training required.
Using our business Network, suppliers with existing punch-out sites can quickly test and submit their punch‐out catalog and order delivery credentials. Once validated, their site is available for buyer acceptance testing and rollout.
EqualLevel provides a no-charge, punch‐out storefront. Sellers can quickly implement a punchout storefront with buyer-specific prices, item management, and custom landing pages.
Search multiple approved external sites from one user interface. Now, employees can find anything they need with a single view of search results.
Procurement can monitor compliance against contract pricing of their punchout site. Price discrepancy notifications are automatically sent, and in-process requisitions halted and flagged for review.
With the flexible workflow engine, approval chains can be quickly configured to follow ideal requisition paths for broad visibility and maximized savings realization.
A central location to receive all items with the click of a button, and complete a two or three-way match from a single interface.
Integrating your marketplace with your Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) can help you maximize your investment. EqualLevel integrates with more than 20 financial systems from familiar market-leading systems to proprietary State-sponsored systems.