Our eCommerce capabilities can move that purchase decision up from the retail floor

to your customer’s browser.  This works perfectly for durable goods sold through 

independent retail dealers…think appliances, lawn and garden equipment, outdoor 

power equipment and more.  We call it “collaborative commerce”, because the brand

manufacturer and dealer collaborate to close the sale.  


The sales process starts on the brand website, where a consumer

chooses a product and accessories, then a local dealer and finishes the

checkout process.

Read more about JGSullivan’s eCommerce

and reach out to schedule a demo.

     ✔ Collaborative Commerce


     ✔ Sales Process Steps


     ✔ Experience You Can Trust

Collaborative Commerce

Our system has defined roles for corporate, fulfillment partner (seller), and
channel (buyer) so everyone does what they do best, just more efficiently.


    1.     1. Local dealer order fulfillment


    1.     2. Checkout cart on dealer’s website


    1.     3. Corporate managed product administration


      1.     4. Sell to your channel partners



Sales Process Steps

STEP A: The sales process begins on the brand website, where the consumer selects their products and accessories.


STEP B: The local dealer finishes the checkout process.


STEP C: The local dealer manages delivery and future service/sales of their new customer.


Experience You Can Trust

JGSullivan has been helping Fortune 500 brands (and thousands of their dealers) manage their digital assets and protect their brands using web-based systems since 1996.


As a software company with a 61 year history of helping national brands, JGSullivan is uniquely qualified to support your local marketing initiatives and help your channel partners generate more revenue and increase their marketing ROI.


Learn More

To learn more, please contact us or fill out the form to have a JGSullivan representative contact you.

(312) 943-1600



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