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eBay & Sellbrite help connect ecommerce retail platforms
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Sep '16
Courtesy: Sellbrite
Courtesy: Sellbrite
eBay, a global commerce leader, and Sellbrite, a leading multichannel inventory and order control solution that helps retailers manage their multichannel ecommerce businesses, have joined hands to offer merchants a new way to integrate with eBay and multiple ecommerce shopping cart platforms, including Magento, WooCommerce, BigCommerce, and Shopify.

The integration is a continuation of eBay's efforts to help streamline the selling experience for not only mid-market businesses, but businesses of all sizes who want to sell across multiple channels.

Sellbrite already provides a comprehensive solution for eBay sellers to manage listings, inventory, fulfilment, and reporting. As part of this new partnership, Sellbrite will enhance its integration with eBay accounts to provide sellers member-to-member messaging and notifications to ensure no communication is lost between platforms. Additionally, Sellbrite will offer new eBay sellers four months of free service to help new small to medium-sized businesses build their inventory and buyer network.

Bob Kupbens, vice president of Business-to-Consumer (B2C) selling at eBay said, “Sellbrite offers a powerful and intuitive multi-channel ecommerce solution, and we're excited to be partnering with them to help sellers grow their business on eBay. We remain committed to making eBay the world's most powerful selling platform, and this partnership with Sellbrite is another example of how we are continuing to find ways to help our sellers streamline and scale their businesses.”

Brian Nolan, co-founder and CEO of Sellbrite said, “eBay has been an important sales channel for our customers, driving significant revenue and visibility from hundreds of millions of buyers. With this partnership, sellers large and small can easily add eBay's thriving marketplace as a sales channel and use Sellbrite to grow and manage their multichannel business.” (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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