P2P Limited > Services > E-Commerce

By: P2p  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Web Service, Secure Web Service

P2P Limited’s e-commerce portal is a facilitator of e-commerce transactions between desktop business application users and their vendors. A secure web service connects the business application to the portal, which then facilitates a live web service connection to the vendor’s own ERP system.


The “Check” Process



The “Submit” Process
Once the purchase order looks acceptable, the “Submit” button will facilitate a live connection to the vendor’s ERP system via the P2P Limited portal. The order will then be automatically inserted into the vendor’s system. For the technically minded, the vendor’s system will receive an XML data set with the relevant information.

Keywords: Secure Web Service, Web Service,

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