We’ve put together this page of punchout resources to show you how punchout catalogs will help you:
- Increase sales opportunities
- Make your business more competitive
- Allow you to sell the way your customers want to buy
We’re punchout experts, and we want to help you understand how punchout catalogs can grow your sales. If you’d like to discuss how punchout can help your business, contact us.
Articles about punchout catalogs
What Is a Punch Out Catalog?
What is a Punchout Catalog? So, what exactly is a punch out catalog? A punch out catalog (more commonly spelled as punchout catalog) is ecommerce
What is cXML
cXML: What you need to know What is cXML? cXML (sometimes referred to as commerce XML or c xml) is an open-source XML-based standard developed
Using a Punchout Catalog as a Strategy to Increase Sales
Using a Punchout Catalog As A Strategy to Increase Sales Back in the day, all B2B sales were managed by salespeople. They developed relationships with
8 Tips on Selecting Punchout Software Vendor
8 Tips on Selecting Punchout Software Vendors Selecting a punchout software provider is a critical decision with long-term consequences for your relationships with your buyers.
I’m a Small Seller. Are Punchout Catalogs Worth It For My Business?
Chances are very high that you’ve landed on this blog post because a customer has requested (or even mandated) that you connect to their eprocurement
Hosted Catalog Versus Punchout Catalog: Which Is Best for Me?
Hosted Catalog Versus Punchout Catalog: Which Is Best for Me? You’ve just learned from your customer that you have a choice between a hosted or punchout
Getting a Punchout Catalog: A Supplier’s Journey
Getting a Punchout Catalog: A Supplier’s Journey The supplier’s journey to getting a punchout catalog often it comes as a “good news/bad news” call from
What is Level 2 Punchout Catalog and Why Does It Matter?
What is Level 2 Punchout Catalog and Why Does It Matter? To understand Level 2 Punchout catalog (sometimes called a Level II punchout catalog), it
Punchout Catalog Basics
Punchout Catalog Basics This Punchout Catalog Basics will tell you what suppliers need to know about using punchout catalogs to do business with large organizations.
Understanding what is UNSPSC code for punchout and hosted catalogs
Understanding what is UNSPSC code for punchout and hosted catalogs The UNSPSC code is the – “wait there’s one more thing” of the eProcurement world.
After Integrating Punchout Catalogs: Marketing to Users
After Integrating Punchout Catalogs: Marketing to Users The business benefits gained by vendors when integrating punchout catalogs into their customer’s e-procurement systems are hard to ignore. Punchout
COVID-19: e-Commerce and e-Procurement
COVID-19: e-Commerce and e-Procurement We are living in unprecedented times, as COVID-19 has not only disrupted our supply chains but our very way of life.
Corexpand has integrated thousands of punchouts with every eProcurement platform out there. If it's punchout, we do it.
A punchout catalog (sometimes styled as “PunchOut” or “punch out”) is a web-based product catalog provided by a particular supplier, customized for a particular buying organization, and created specifically to connect with that company’s eProcurement or purchasing software system. Each punchout catalog contains the customer’s unique items and prices.
Punchout catalogs vary from supplier-to-supplier based on the supplier’s capabilities and the buying organization’s requirements. For this reason, the ability to provide useful, intuitive punchout catalogs, with innate flexibility, is key. In other words, punchout integrations are not a “one-size fits all” process.
Sophisticated punchouts utilize a standardized internet protocol, called cXML, which is designed specifically for enterprise communication between eProcurement applications and e-commmerce suppliers. The protocol allows real-time dialogue between an eProcurement system and a supplier’s e-commerce website.
While all punchouts provide a storefront entry point, level 2 punchouts allow the buyer to search for vendors’ products directly from their eProcurement system in a manner that’s similar to the way consumers search for products online. Buyers can search across multiple vendors, use keyword searches, and archive favorites. Most organizations with level 2-capable procurement software require and/or desire level 2 punchouts to simplify and enhance the buying and selling experience.
An eProcurement system (sometimes styled as “electronic procurement” or “supplier exchange”) is an online interface or networked system that facilitates the the purchase of goods and services for a specific buying organization. eProcurement systems like SAP, Ariba, Coupa, Oracle, Jaggaer, Workday, and Vroozi, are designed to increase purchasing efficiency and effectiveness.
Yes! Our adaptable service platform can connect to any and all eProcurement systems. Our punchouts work with all eProcurement systems including SAP, Ariba, Coupa, Oracle, Jaggaer, Workday, Vroozi, and any other.
PunchOutCX is a very cost-effective solution, tailored to your particular needs. Request a demo to start a conversation with one of our punchout professionals to describe your needs and discuss pricing.
It can! eInvoicing is an option that can be added on to your PunchOutCX solution.
It can! Our multi-vendor quoting tool, AgoraQuote is an option that can be added on to your PunchOutCX solution.
With over 21 years of experience serving thousands of businesses, millions of users, and processing billions of dollars in online transactions, at Corexpand we’ve seen what works and what doesn’t. We’ve worked with suppliers of all types and sizes, from mom-and-pop shops to Fortune 500 companies. We have implemented PunchOutCX with the largest B2B buying organizations on the most sophisticated eProcurement platforms, as well as with buyers who are not as far along in the digital transformation of procurement. PunchOutCX means adaptability, experience, and reliable back-end power
eProcurement and eCommerce Terms
Sophisticated punchouts utilize a standardized internet protocol, called cXML, which is designed specifically for enterprise communication between eProcurement applications and e-commmerce suppliers. The protocol allows real-time dialogue between an procurement system and a supplier’s e-commerce website.