New Feature: Introducing Enriched Buyer Requests

We’ve got great news for suppliers! Screening the leads your business generates through the XPRT platform just got easier. Now, when buyers send you a request about your products, they see a prompt to provide additional details. This extra info helps you qualify the lead and determine its potential value:

 

Required tech specs

 

Knowing the buyer’s technical requirements up front can save you time and give you a better idea of which product is right for their needs. The tech specs feature is already available for several product categories, and we’ll be gradually rolling it out to more.

 

Enriched requests: Specs

 

Quantity

 

We now ask buyers to specify the quantity of the product they need so that you can better determine the potential value of the lead.

 

Enriched requests: Quantity

 

Delivery location

 

The delivery location helps you route the lead to the correct distributor or representative. It also helps you gauge lead value.

 

Enriched requests: Location

 

End buyer or intermediary

 

Knowing whether the person who’s sent you a request is an end buyer or an intermediary will help determine your follow-up approach.

 

Enriched requests: End buyer

 

All of the above information is stored permanently along with the request in your inbox.

 

Enriched requests: Inbox

 

Simply click the Reply Now button on your lead notification emails to discover what details the buyer has included.

 

And if you are subscribed to your company’s RFI / RFQ Alerts (find out if you’re subscribed here), you’ll receive a separate email notification whenever buyers update their previously sent requests with any additional details.

 

Check your inbox today to find out if additional details have been included with any of your recent leads.

 

We hope you’re satisfied with the new enriched buyer requests. Be sure to contact us if you have any questions or feedback.

2 Comments

  1. John Davis

    September 18, 2019 at 2:07 pm - Reply

    Change is good. Keep progressing Environmental Expert. Good job

  2. Jason Barker Post author

    September 19, 2019 at 7:26 am - Reply

    Thanks so much for your support, John!

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