Seller entitlements

Enterprises define seller entitlements that grant and restrict other organizations’ access to categories in the catalog.

For example, an enterprise allows a supplier to manage the Brand-X category in the catalog. The enterprise defines seller entitlements for the organization’s competitor restricting the competitor from viewing the Brand-X category. Additionally, the enterprise may define seller entitlements for another organization allowing it to view and sell items from the Brand-X category.

Only enterprises that are catalog organizations can define seller entitlements. Moreover, they can define seller entitlements only for enterprises and sellers that have specified the corresponding catalog organization as their catalog organization. Seller entitlements are defined by configuring the following:

  • Seller Entitlement Rules
  • Organization Assignments