We can also computerise your selling method
The sale or purchase of products may be implemented in various ways. Products can be sold by Dutch auction or under the hammer. They can be offered for sale in a catalogue or via a web shop at a fixed price. Prices can also be established through mediation.
We can computerise each common sales process, in such a way that it will be more efficient for both sellers and buyers, without making any concessions with regard to reliability, transparency or local traditions.
At the Dutch auction, the auctioneer determines a start price from which the price moves down until a buyer stops the auction clock by pushing his buy button. The sale takes place in an auction room but buyers can also attend the sale from their home or office.
The auctioneer sets a start price after which a time bar on an auction panel is activated. The price counts down until a buyer makes a bid. Other buyers may make higher bids within the duration of a predetermined period, indicated by the running of a time bar on the auction panel. The buyer who made the last bid, gets the lot.
The mediation method facilitates negotiations between the producer and buyer or an intermediary party. In the electronic version, the price is determined by evaluation of various factors. The evaluation is either carried out by the market maker – on the basis of the information received – or it is automatically processed by the system, via a specific built-in assignment procedure.