The new site allows customers to track purchases from both pre-merger companies and to review order histories. It also creates a single catalog for both HP and Compaq products.
"This Web tool enables customers to collaborate with their HP account teams and partners online in order to streamline and control their e-commerce activity through services such as global order tracking, reporting and support," Marius Haas, worldwide vice president of HP's eBusiness, said in a release.
HP hasmillions of dollars revamping its Web sites following its merger with Compaq, which was in May. A new public site for consumers and small businesses is expected to be ready in November.
HP said the new business site will initially serve the United States, with versions for Europe, the Middle East and Africa expected in early 2003, and one for the Asia-Pacific region soon after.