Pursuite.com Expands Category Portfolio, Launches Furniture, Fixture and Equipment Catalogue

In a move to further expand its product categories, Pursuite.com, the B2B e-Commerce platform for hospitality procurements, announced its entry into Furniture, Fixture and Equipment (FF&E) segment. With over 50 brands and more than 5000 products from across the globe, Pursuite will now offer products across categories such as Bathroom Fixtures, Fittings, Doors & Windows, Finishes & Coverings, Furniture, Hardware, Lighting, Furnishing & Carpets and Artworks & Signages.

The selection and product discovery of FF&E category will be simplified and optimized through smart technology that matches customer preferences with brand offerings and progressively fine-tunes this matching based on past product selections. This technology has already been deployed and tested in Operating Supplies & Equipment (OS&E) category and has been well received by existing customers and participants of ecosystem.

On the launch of the new category, Amit Shukla, CEO, Pursuite.com said, ‘We are thrilled to announce the launch of a new product category as one of the smartest additions to our suite of products and services. With our strategic and innovative solutions, we aim to enhance the brand connect and deliver the best value to our customers. Pursuite considers it crucial to enable its valued customers to get the best deals across the widest range of FF&E products. We already offer the widest range of choicest items in OS&E vertical. With this new category launch, Pursuite has reiterated its commitment to deliver best value to its customers.’

Some of the international market leaders who have partnered with Pursuite.com for FF&E product supply are Roca, Parryware, Sio, Euronics, FCML, Vitofloor, Barlinek, Egger, Interex, Floorwalk, Wipro, Trend N Design, Stanley, Loomcraft, Renesola, Greyellow, The One Lighting, Nova and Havells.

According to a study by Assocham and Deloitte, the e-commerce market in the country is expected to cross $50 billion in value by the end of 2018 from the current level of $38.5 billion, on the back of a growing internet population and increased online shopping.

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