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We are here to help make your ordering process as smooth as possible. By using Ingram’s easy-to-use online search, order, and account management platform, ipage®, you’re able to free up time and so much more.
Integration with most major POS vendors allows Ingram to offer you more ways to order. There are some unique ordering options available when using POS systems.
*Participation varies by POS vendor
Through a team of dedicated EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) specialists, Ingram communicates with all major automation systems to ensure efficient order placement and acknowledgment. Ingram also supports both basic and enriched ordering via EDI.
Ship books directly to your customers’ doorsteps worldwide with Direct to Home™ ordering. Increase your product offering without additional inventory costs.
Spend less time browsing and get the most out of Ingram’s extensive inventory with New Title Notification Programs. Backed by expertise and technology, we will provide you with the latest programs to save you time and fit your needs – all with zero commitment.
Get the relevant and timely title news you need with Ingram’s family of print and digital trade catalogs. These pieces showcase new and upcoming titles alongside editorial content and product news.
Build your own new title notification program. iSelect® assists you in selecting the types of new titles appropriate for your store and gets them to you fast.
Located on all title detail screens, the Single Holding Order option is useful for special orders and especially useful when reserving low on-hand inventory. Knowing this option is available is very beneficial when trying to reach free freight minimums.