EIVA Takes Sales Online with New Webshop

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Tuesday, March 11, 2014
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EIVA announced a new webshop, in which it is possible to purchase a wide range of products directly online with credit card or per invoice. Both EIVA’s own solutions and that of the companies which it represents, can be found in the webshop.

“Naturally, many of our products are rather complex and require dialogue with the customer prior to purchase. However, we also offer many standard products where the possibility of placing an order instantly is the main priority. This applies to standard products such as spare parts and cables,” said EIVA CEO Jeppe Nielsen.

Many of EIVA’s customers are freelancers to whom purchases via credit cards are much preferred to invoices. This is especially relevant in connection with software training courses offered by EIVA. Seats for these can also be purchased via eiva.com, ensuring a fast and simple purchase process.

The webshop is supplemented by a product listing of all products in the EIVA portfolio, that is, a list including those that are not for sale online.

“The presentation of the complete and detailed listing of all the products that we offer means that we’re able to honor and visualize our extensive network of equipment producers. Most importantly, it of course also means that our customers get a far better service through a comprehensible overview of what we can offer them straight up,” said Jeppe Nielsen.

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