B-Stock is heading to SCOPE next week, May 1-3, in Schaumburg, IL. SCOPE is the supply chain industry’s leading executive level conference that connects supply chain executives at Fortune 500 organizations with top solution providers to learn about their latest technology and innovations. This is our third time exhibiting at SCOPE and we look forward to sharing our technology-based B2B solution for excess and customer-returned inventory.

This includes discussing how automating the liquidation process can bring efficiency and create a strategic business advantage. Consider this:

  • Selling inventory offline to one or two liquidators creates low recovery value
  • Time spent negotiating deals for every lot of merchandise takes away from core business activities
  • A web-based solution allows thousands of buyers to compete for your inventory

If you’re in the area or planning to attend the show, feel free to stop by our booth (#310) to meet us. For more information on how B-Stock can build a technology based and data-driven solution for your returned, overstock or excess inventory, please contact us.

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