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    Amazon launches "Business Prime", the subscription dedicated to companies

    Amazon launches "Business Prime", the subscription dedicated to companies

    The Jeff Bezos firm announced Tuesday, the launch of Business Prime in France, its premium program for all businesses. Four separate offers are offered.


    Amazon Business, the marketplace dedicated to the online sales giant's commercial customers, announced on Tuesday, November 19, 2019, the launch of Business Prime for the latter, offering advantages for companies of all sizes, in order to facilitate their operations on the Amazon site. Amazon Business is already seducing in France. So far, more than half of the CAC 40 companies have used the platform to save time and optimize costs.

    Benefits comparable to those of individuals

    For 50 euros per year excluding tax, Business Prime members can benefit from fast and free delivery in one working day on several million items, without any purchase limit.

    They can also plan their deliveries by choosing between modes such as same-day delivery (from 25 euros of purchase), one-day delivery, or express delivery, depending on the needs of the company. Depending on their loyalty, companies can benefit from progressive discounts on products purchased regularly. That's for the "Basic" offer.

    Four proposed offers

    Subscribers to the "Small" formula, valid up to 10 users against 150 euros / year excluding VAT, and those with the "Medium" formula (up to 100 users, 350 euros / year excluding taxes), can use the Guided buying feature . It allows administrators of the Amazon Business account in the company in question to identify their favorite suppliers and articles, but also to restrict access to certain categories of products.

    Business Prime subscribers "Unlimited" (more than 100 users against 3,000 euros / year HT) are entitled to an extension of Guided buying, which helps employees avoid products they should not buy or sell.

    "We remain attentive to the feedback from our professional customers who are enthusiastic about taking advantage of these new benefits. Our goal is to enable companies to benefit from more transparency on their entire purchasing process, while reducing their costs, "confirmed Amélie Veron, Amazon Business Manager in France.

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