In the six months since its launch, Walmart Business has delivered on its promise to help small businesses (SMBs) and nonprofits save time, money and hassle, providing members with every day low prices on millions of products along with fast, flexible delivery and pickup options, multi-user accounts and more.
A survey recently commissioned by Walmart revealed that 97% of respondents spend time on administrative or operational tasks every single day. That’s time they could be using to focus on what matters most to them – improving and growing their organizations.
In response, Walmart Business is unveiling several new products and services aimed at helping small business and nonprofit operators reclaim their time and achieve their goals:
- Walmart Business App: A new app brings Walmart Business’s broad product range, including office furniture and supplies, breakroom provisions, technology and classroom essentials, right to users’ fingertips. The app offers flexible and convenient options for selecting how to receive orders, including one-tap check in for curbside pick-up at more than 4,700 U.S. locations and direct-to-office delivery scheduling. Users can easily access their multi-user accounts, with up to five team members sharing one account directly from the app.
- Easier Add-to-Carts: A streamlined ordering process makes it easier and faster for customers to enter and order large quantities, simply by typing the exact number needed in the quantity field.
- Hire Angi: Walmart Business is now working with Angi to connect Walmart Business customers with highly-rated professionals in their communities, making it easy for customers to book a wide range of services, from office furniture assembly to wall mounting and shelving installation.
- Spend Analytics: Walmart Business+ members can now track their organizational spending with Spend Analytics. The tool offers insightful data, including spend by user, top categories, items, and more. It also identifies spending patterns to help members make informed budgeting decisions and implement better buying policies.