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The salesperson (sales rep) talk to customers take an order at offline mode, will Place orders on behalf of them on Storefront, So Salesperson logged in to My Magento account (Storefront), he can choose the associated Customer in the customer's contact list and he can add items for that customer and check out, the customer gets an order notification email.

Product price will be displayed according to the associated Customer's Group (Tier price). also, Salesperson can add products to cart with or without negotiated price based on product Min – Max Selling price.

So instead of associated customers can order from the website, Salesperson using his account and do it for them.

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  • Extension like this should get you most of the way mageplaza.com/magento-2-login-as-customer Nov 14 '19 at 13:35
  • Login As Customer Extension provides login with any customer, for that we required Admin Panel, But I don't want to create multiple admin users with their ACL. I want to access another customer which already assigned with the salesperson, He can login on the frontend (Store) & choose associated customers and place orders for that customer. Nov 15 '19 at 7:20
  • You are going to have to reach out to a developer to get something bespoke created Nov 15 '19 at 20:28
  • @shownakshah have you found any solution for this?
    – Knight017
    Dec 27 '19 at 5:57
  • @Knight017 Magento 2 extension sales rep, which full fill my requirements. mageb2b.de/en/magento2-extension-salesstaff#funktionsumfang May 15 '20 at 7:04
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You can use some free Login As Customer extension for Magento 2, then you can login with any customer on the frontend and place an order on behalf of that customer.

Of course, you can also create an extension for this but this is a quick win for you

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  • Login As Customer Extension provides login with any customer, for that we required Admin Panel, But I don't want to create multiple admin users with their ACL. I want all this activity will be done from Frontend (store). Nov 15 '19 at 7:23

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