Brightpearl teams with

Brightpearl has signed a collaboration agreement with, offering its clients access to products listed on the online B2B marketplace. The first result is an app which allows a merchant to source products on the website, from within the Brightpearl platform. The arrangement also offers merchants the ability to create products directly in Brightpearl from listings.

“Source from’ offers our merchants access to thousands of products from a wide variety of suppliers,” says Scott Hill, product manager at Brightpearl. “Our research has shown that in areas like apparel, consumer electronics, jewellery, beauty and personal care, wholesale supplier prices are typically up to 30 per cent more cost effective. By teaming up with, we’re able to better support our merchants. The system not only allows them to view and search for products directly within Brightpearl, it also automatically enters data such as product name and supplier information, eliminating the need for rekeying.”

“It is our mission to help small and medium businesses succeed and benefit from cross-border trade. Our collaboration with Brightpearl is an extension of our plans to help SMEs source products more efficiently, enabling them to make time and cost savings that will really contribute to the growth of their business,” says Wei Duan, international business development and marketing director, EMEA Merchants can use ‘Source from’ with confidence based on the knowledge that every order includes’s Secure Payment service, meaning their payment will only be released to the supplier once they confirm delivery.”

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