The recent launch of a retailer product from digital wholesale marketplace JOOR with development partner Neiman Marcus Group is exciting. The platform enables buyers to merchandise their stores more efficiently by digitizing the entire transaction processes. The new platform, consisting of a website and a special iPad app, is designed specifically for the retail buyer’s role in the market.

Built with input from buyers across the Neiman Marcus Group, which includes their stores, the catalog and e-commerce business, as well as Bergdorf Goodman, the platform is designed to solve buyers’ challenges and overcome inefficient processes and disparate systems. In the past, these have made it difficult for buyers to know if they are making the best merchandise decisions or staying within their budget. By providing a unified view of all purchases and giving the buyers real-time insight as to where they stand within their budget, there will be a faster order confirmation with fewer duplicate styles.

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