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Kenzo picks Borderlinx ecommerce solution for its website
May '15
Kenzo, a French apparel firm, has selected Borderlinx, a market leader in international cross-border ecommerce solutions, to redesign its website and strengthen its global ecommerce operations.

The company launched a new phase of its ever expanding developments across retail and online with the redesign of its website on April 15, 2015. The newly reinvigorated website represents creative directors, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim’s latest approach to information, web content, and ecommerce.

Borderlinx’s gateway empowers Kenzo with several new logistics capabilities to drive their digital business with one stop-shop solution to manage both domestic and international shipments with multiple carriers, direct shipping from its warehouse in France, direct integration into its demandware ecommerce platform, international returns process allowing customers to arrange package collection from home, and obtain relief from taxes and duties on the return shipment, according to a press release.

Jerome Mercier, CEO at Borderlinx said, “Borderlinx’s agile platform enables Kenzo to deliver a best-in-class cross-border experience, create better engagement, and expand their e-commerce services while preserving brand integrity.”

Through its global ecommerce solutions, Borderlinx offers retailers the freedom to reach international customers simply and effectively. Using the global shipping expertise Borderlinx brings, ecommerce businesses can break down barriers to their cross-border growth. Retailers can also tackle the challenges of going global, reaching new markets with an expert partner. (GK)

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