Your business isn't generic. Why should your software be?
The device wholesale industry doesn't fit neatly into a box. Here's how PhoneX is tailored to your needs.
Device resale isn't just like any other business
PhoneX spent $20M developing solutions for this industry, because what we needed wasn't out there.
How our industry is different
How we solve that
Prices depreciate rapidly and fluctuate from week to week, so it's incredibly important to monitor prices and inventory turns.
Real-time data on your margins
Historical offers and bookings on every SKU
Optimal pricing recommendations
Quality isn't standard, so it's important to clearly describe your device grades to buyers.
Display grades & descriptions directly in your stock list.
Get your own site where you can add grading information.
Buyers rarely buy at list price. They want to negotiate.
Buyers can purchase at list price or make offers online.
Instead of negotiating all day on WhatsApp, you can accept, reject or counter offers directly in PhoneX.
Buyers like a personal touch, so the sales process needs to be online and offline.
Smaller buyers can self-serve
Your time frees up for larger customers
Buyers can manage their orders online
Getting reliable, quality supply is key to operating a successful device resale business, but the availability and quality of the supply are often highly inconsistent.
Mark up your prices, list your supplier's items, then presell the items on your stock list.
PhoneX Connect is designed to solve this problem by allowing you to display and presell your supplier's inventory on your stock list.
Cashflow is critical to getting supply, and capital constraints often limit your ability to grow the business.
With PhoneX Connect, you can sell your supplier's inventory without the upfront cost of buying it.
Use PhoneX Storefront to get more sales, higher ASPs, and faster turns - which all equals better cashflow.
How PhoneX compares to other solutions
See how out-of-the-box e-commerce or ERP systems really can't get the job done on their own.
How PhoneX compares
Out-of-the-box shopping platforms can seem like a good solution to sell phones online, but many times, buyers end up calling the rep anyway to get a better price.
ERP systems are great for tracking your inventory and providing accounting information, but they aren't sales platforms. The good news: You can keep your ERP system and take advantage of PhoneX Storefront and PhoneX Connect.
Many companies use spreadsheets to manage their customers, pricing, and more.
Buyers can buy at list price and/or make offers online
Buyers can add to and place their own orders
Your reps can also place orders for customers
Easily accept, reject, and counter offers online
Ensure reps don't underprice items
We offer API connectors to common ERP systems, including QuickBooks. We also provide documentation and guidance if you want to develop your own API connection. Book a demo to see which type of onboarding is best for you >>
Collect and respond to offers
Sell to more customers with fewer employees
Get instant data on how much you are making on each SKU
Analyze data on your profitability
You can still use spreadsheets with PhoneX Storefront by easily uploading and syncing inventory, customers and pricing.
Easily export information to manage in your other systems
Capture purchase data and offers in real time
Use real-time data to understand your profitability & make better decisions
Billions of dollars in devices have been sold through PhoneX. Some of the largest players in the industry are using the software. Smaller companies are using it to grow, and larger companies are using it to reach more and more customers.
Increase device margin by 30%-40%
Reduce time-wasting activities
Serve 3X the customers without more sales reps
Nothing ever stays the same in this industry. The companies that survive will invest now for the future.
We think that the key to staying in business is to grow your customer base, fast. It can take years to grow a solid customer base, so we believe that it is important to invest now in automation so you can focus on it. Ask yourself these questions when considering whether PhoneX solutions are right for your business.
If you could increase your selling prices by 2%-3%, how much more profit would flow to your bottom line?
If you could free up 50% of your time to focus on value-adding activities like purchasing and selling, would you be able to generate higher profits?
If your competitors invest in automation and you do not, how will this affect your business?
If prices continue to get more competitive in this industry, as we believe they will, and you do not invest in growing your customer base and sourcing consistent supply, how will you secure supply next year and the year after?
Given this, doesn’t it make sense to get ahead of the competition and invest in technology today?
See what other businesses have to say.
*We take privacy seriously. Your customers are your business. These quotes are anonymous, because we don't list our partners, either.
“Some people use ERPs like Netsuite e-Commerce, but customers can't bid. They have to buy at list, so they either just leave the website if they don’t like the price or they call up the reps anyway. The platform can also create a report for pretty much everything under the sun. But people I've talked to don't use any of them. The reason is you need a PhD to create the reports."
PhoneX sales rep