Real talk. Newegg vs NeweggBusiness? What is the difference? What’s the point of having two sites? What does having a NeweggBusiness account offer that you can’t get with your account at the flagship site?
Every day I listen to account executives explain questions like these to curious customers over the phone. In fact, I recommend calling over here for a more eloquent telling of why NeweggBusiness exists and what we do here.
Why? It is the professionals you reach on the phone that differentiate NeweggBusiness most of all. If your computer is serious business, like, literally, it’s your job, it’s nice to be able to call someone that knows about your work. That’s us—that is why we’re here.
Even if you’re not buying technology for a business or a school or a government agency, we will kindly transfer you appropriately after a quick break-down of the e-commerce and IT procurement scene.
- If you’re buying for work and accounts payable wants Net 30 terms on purchases;
- If you’re needing support for RFP, RFQ, RFI;
- If your weekend project is building out a SAN at city hall;
- If you’re a teacher with a class of tenth graders building a high school computer lab, part by part;
- If your other rig is a datacenter;
That’s when NeweggBusiness comes through in the clutch. We’re here to help you own the IT procurement process.
If you’re still wondering what a NeweggBusiness account can do for you, AMA in the comments.
There are other things I can get into right here, too.
We have account tools to make pretty dashboards tracking IT spend, and you can earn money for IT purchasing with NeweggBusiness Rewards.
Maybe someday the thrill of shopping online for computer stuff will wear off. No problem, we got you. You can add an assistant as a separate sub-account user and delegate like a boss.
For now, if you’re weighing the reputation of hard drive brands, or waffling about whether you should buy cheap toner, stop and free your mind. NeweggBusiness subscription tools (located on the product pages) automate reoccurring purchases for you so you can think about stuff that actually matters.
Stuff like VR headsets, gaming chairs, and curved monitors—for spreadsheets. Really long spreadsheets. In 3D.