LinuxPR: First Linux B2B Site Makes Linux Purchasing EasyMay 31, 2000, 13:17 (0 Talkback[s])
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"For the first time, Linux users have a one-stop shop for online auctions, product bids and professional advice. EnterLinux.com makes Linux more accessible than ever to end-users and provides hardware manufacturers with a cost-efficient channel to reach this explosive market. EnterLinux is now in public beta."
"At the heart of the EnterLinux.com portal is a Request for Quotes (RFQ) service, the first of its kind for the Linux community. " Now the Linux buyer has the ability to get simultaneous on-line quotes from multiple vendors," says Nitin Borwankar, President of EnterLinux, Inc. "And for the first time, the Linux system vendor has a channel to reach a large section of the market."
"The RFQ service is available free to all users with registration. When a customer posts a bid to the EnterLinux.com RFQ service, that bid is tailored to vendors that provide the product. For consumers, this makes it easy to get a variety of quotes while filling out only one bid order."
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