Grow your business online
Say goodbye to phone orders and Excel spreadsheets, and make it easy for customers to buy from you online. Start getting orders and RFQs in through your existing website—you’ll wonder why you didn’t do it sooner.
Automate quotes to close deals faster
Your customers shouldn’t have to book a meeting to find out pricing. If you don’t want to show pricing n your website, let customers add products to their quote list, then automate your quoting process with HeadQ’s AutoQuote.
Boost sales with self-service
Your customers want to self-serve whenever, wherever they want. Let them shop and place orders online, and save time managing routine orders.
Make complex selling easier
Selling B2B products isn’t quite as simple as selling consumer products like Tshirts. But don’t worry—we’ve got your back. Let customers configure the products and services they want, then either buy directly or send you a quote request.
Sell the way your buyers want to buy
Most B2C ecommerce platforms don’t meet your B2B needs. And the enterprise ecommerce platforms cost way too much to set up and maintain. You need an easy-to-use platform to start selling online faster. HeadQ lets you sell even your highly configurable products and services on your website, while making buying seamless for your customers.
Manage everything from one place
B2B digital sales is more than just listing products and accepting orders. You need to manage everything from sales quotes to commerce operations. HeadQ lets you create custom pricing and discounts for specific customers, automate the quote process, manage your inventory, and more—all on one easy-to-use platform (no tech skills needed).
Start selling online in minutes, not months.
Ecommerce has been out of reach for smaller B2B companies because of inflexible technology, big project costs, and complex systems. But not anymore. Start selling online with HeadQ—set-up takes just five minutes.
"We went from trying three different platforms to finally finding a proper tool that solves our needs."
– Jarkko Niemikorpi