FuzionB2B.com Retailer Network Launched

The first direct-to-retailer crop protection chemical company — Fuzion Technologies, LLC — has launched its much-anticipated Fuzion B2B.com retailer business-to-business network.

Fuzion Technologies offers a broad line of products directly to retailers. Fuzion B2B is a system developed specifically for retailers which allows them to regain control of their crop protection business by helping them manage inventories and expand their sourcing options.

The company will be the focus of a one-hour CropLife Webinar, “Regain Control Of Your Crop Protection Business – An Innovative Soluton To Improving Efficiencies And Product Access.” The Webinar will be held at 3 p.m. EDT on Oct. 20.

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“With all of the consolidation in the market, the independent retailer and cooperative is getting lost in the shuffle,” says Mike Steffeck, CEO of Fuzion, LLC. “By going directly to the retailer, we can offer them a combination of technology and products that can have an immediate impact on their balance sheet and income statement. Fuzion Technologies combined with our patented FuzionB2B network is a powerful and unique combination that can have a profound effect on participating retailers’ bottom lines. These two business platforms go well beyond a simple ‘buy sell’ relationship and offer independent retailers and cooperatives a compelling and profitable opportunity.”

Casey McDaniel, who has held various sales, marketing, and management positions with both BASF and Crop Production Services (CPS), has been named EVP of Fuzion and will run the Fuzion Technologies business.

“In addition to the 14 registrations we just acquired, we have another six registrations expecting approval in late fall,” notes McDaniel. “While these products will represent the initial Fuzion Technologies product line, we also have three unique products in development and expect to launch them in the next 12 months. This is just the beginning, we expect to have a very complete stable of proprietary and post patent products within 2 years.”

The FuzionB2B.com retailer network will directly complement the Fuzion Technologies business and product line. FuzionB2B.com incorporates the best, patented technology from the XSAg.com system, fortifies it and offers it to retailers in a very powerful yet simple platform. Independent retailers and cooperatives will now have a very simple inventory management tool, cash flow mechanism, and an incredible product sourcing platform that will present to them numerous financial and competitive advantages.

Initial retailer reaction to the Fuzion Technologies business and the FuzionB2B.com network has been very positive. “While neither of these is complex, both are non-traditional opportunities that require a little more explanation,” says Steffeck. “Once the entire scope of the Fuzion B2B network and the opportunities for them within the Fuzion Technologies business is understood, their reaction is overwhelmingly positive. There is no downside — and an abundance of upside and flexibility for their businesses.”

More information on the retailer network as well as Fuzion Technologies can be found at www.FuzionB2B.com or by calling 888Fuzion8. Retailers interested in enrolling in the B2B network and getting access to Fuzion Technologies products can enroll online. This will trigger a follow up conversation and much more information.

Click here to sign up for the Oct. 20 Webinar.

Fuzion Technologies is part of Ft. Collins, CO-based Fuzion, LLC.

(Source: AgPR)

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