US-based retail giant Walmart has launched Walmart Business, an e-commerce site aimed at small business (SMB) and non-profit customers.
Walmart says the site offers a curated selection of more than 100,000 items, with categorization and navigation designed for organized shoppers.
Walmart Business provides requirements in a variety of areas, including office supplies and furniture, food and beverages, restrooms, electronics, classrooms and facilities needs.
Ashley Habka, senior vice president and general manager of Walmart Business, said:
“Our focus is to take the complexity out of purchasing, reduce costs, and give our customers the opportunity to serve them and our community.
“The Walmart business is built to take advantage of the best of Walmart. delivery technology.”
Walmart Business offers multi-user accounts, allowing organizations to add up to five users to one account.
The site also allows customers to share payment information, order history, and purchasing power across teams.
For an annual membership fee of $98 + tax, organizations can receive benefits such as free shipping with no minimum spend and free pickup from stores on orders over $35.
“We are happy to help our customers save time, money and hassle.”
Walmart recently partnered with software company Salesforce to offer pickup and delivery services to retailers.
Partners provide businesses with access to Walmart’s Store Assist local fulfillment app and GoLocal delivery service via the Salesforce AppExchange.