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Getting the most out of your Amazon Business account

Jump-start key user activities with the new Getting Started Resource Center.
Amazon Business: Everything you love about Amazon. For work.

So, you’ve signed up for an Amazon Business account - now what? The new Getting Started Resource Center is here to help you with a series of activities to get the most out of your account. The ability to successfully set up and start using your Amazon Business account just got easier.

The new site offers information and tools for account admins on how to configure their accounts and the features available to achieve purchasing goals. Optimizing your account is easy with guidance on key on-boarding activities including:

  • Adding people to an account
  • Creating approval workflows to manage spending
  • Choosing and setting up payment methods
  • Tracking spending and analyzing reports
  • Activating Business Prime

Your free account gives you access to benefits like business-only pricing on eligible items and additional tools and features that give you visibility into your account. These features can save you time and money—making business purchasing easier. Other benefits include tax-free shopping, quantity pricing, setting approvals, using shared payment methods and shipping addresses, and integration with purchasing systems you already use.

We’ll guide you through info the site offers in a blog series beginning this week. Come back next week to learn more about setting up payment methods.

Bookmark the Getting Started Resource Center today.

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