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Ecommerce management software Neteven has released a new repricing tool covering international Amazon sites, as well as La Redoute, Fnac and PriceMinister.

Other new features in Neteven's latest release include:

  • A new look and user experience in the marketplace engine.
  • A mapping console for merchants to adapt their product data to the fields and values required by each marketplace.
  • Multi-warehouse management, compatible with FBA, Rakuten Super Logistics and any warehouse facility.

Neteven co-founder and CEO Greg Zemor said, "2016 has been an amazing year for Neteven. The team has done a great job to consolidate Neteven's position in our ecosystem. Our strategy to focus only on marketplace channels has paid off as global brands are launching their international Direct to Consumer ecommerce strategy in which marketplaces have a central position. Our positive financial outlook allows us to accelerate the international deployment to match market demands for cross-border trading.".

Following its 3.6 million euros investment in 2013, Neteven has accelerated its international strategy. Merchants outside France now account for more than 40% of the company's customers portfolio. Neteven users trade on more than 50 marketplaces in EU, US and China. Neteven has a partnership with Alibaba and has successfully launched several flagship stores on Tmall Global.

In 2017, additional regions will be covered by the Neteven solution in South East Asia, India and the Middle East.

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French marketplace management tool Neteven has launched a new feature called "My Marketplace" which "allows brands to integrate their catalogues and simply manage their full sales cycle on third party sites".

With My Marketplace Neteven connects retailers with both marketplaces and third-party distributors, increasing the visibility of their products without the need for several different back office systems. Sellers can adapt their listings and pricing strategy to each sales channel.

Greg Zemor, CEO and co-Founder of Neteven, said: "In line with our multichannel expansion strategy, it was very important that we integrate a website sales management feature in our solution. Our customers no longer need to use several back offices to manage their sales channels. Brands and retailers operating both on and offline can distribute on marketplaces and third party sites with minimal investment and through one single platform."

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Ecommerce management software Neteven has won an award for innovation from Corporate Vision Magazine.

The Technology Innovator Award was for the "Most Innovative Marketplace Trading Platform & Recognised Leader in E-commerce Distribution Software".

The awards were chosen through a comprehensive process from Corporate Vision's dedicated awards team. All award winners were chosen solely on merit as assessed by the team.

See the full list of award winners.

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French marketplace management tool Neteven has integrated with southeast-Asian marketplace Lazada.

Neteven merchants can now manage Lazada's full sales cycle through the Neteven platform.

Greg Zemor, co-founder and CEO of Neteven, said "Our partnership with Alibaba provided access to the Chinese market and raised the interests of our customers in the fast growing Asian ecommerce climate. Based on market analysis, we decided to partner with Lazada since they provide our customers with another lucrative market in which to sell. Neteven is now partnered with the largest marketplaces in Europe, USA and Asia and we will continue to add new destinations to our portfolio of marketplaces".

Lazada opened its marketplace a year ago, and is available in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. The marketplace reached $1 billion in annualised Gross Merchandise Value in March 2015, and has more than 55 million monthly visitors, 12 million Facebook fans and 11 million mobile app downloads.

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Inventory and marketplace management tool Neteven has added new integrations with eight French marketplace sites.

Among the new marketplaces are Darty and Boulanger, known for their high street chains selling electrical goods. Darty is the 6th most visited website in France and has recently opened many new categories for third party sellers.

Neteven has also integrated with five new specialist marketplaces from Cdiscount, dedicated to DIY, Decoration, Baby care, Kids and Garden categories.

The final new integration is with new fashion marketplace Menlook. Originally dedicated to menswear, the website has recently opened its catalogue to new sport, design and high-tech. 

"Hundreds of millions of fashion, high-tech and lifestyle products are available on Neteven's platform, sparking a great deal of interest among these new marketplaces. After initial exchanges, we made the joint decision to integrate our platforms. The added sales channels enable our customers to significantly increase their revenue and represent a valuable cross-border trade opportunity for UK retailers", said Neteven CEO Greg Zemor.

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French marketplace management software provider Neteven has partnered with parcel logistics and fulfillment company B2C Europe.

The integration with B2C Europe will allow Neteven merchants to use B2C Europe for automated order fulfillment and returns .

Greg Zemor, CEO of Neteven, said, "Cross-border trade being a key strategic component of our company, we had to partner with the most adapted fulfilment provider. B2C Europe matches with this strategy by providing a comprehensive offer to our clients. To ease our clients launch globally, we have been working with the B2C Europe technical team to integrate our software. This one-stop-shop trading solution is a unique solution in line with e-commerce trends".

Rijk van Meekeren, CEO of B2C Europe, added, "Many of our current customers are searching to grow their international ecommerce business. Neteven provides excellent technology and market place knowledge that will help our customers expand their business across Europe, USA and Asia."

Source: Neteven

This month's Internet Retailing Expo at the NEC, Birmingham, UK, features 24 suppliers listed in the Web Retailer directory.

The conference takes place from 25-26 March and exhibitors include 2nd Office, Asendia, Avalara, Brightpearl, ChannelAdvisor, Currencies Direct, Frooition, Genie & The Geek, James and James Fulfilment, Lengow, Linnworks, MetaPack, Neteven, One Stop Order Processing, plentymarkets, Scurri, Seller Dynamics, Selro, Visualsoft, Volo, Pentagon, WebInterpret, Wiser and XSellco.

IRX is the largest ecommerce exhibition in the UK, providing a unique opportunity to research suppliers as well as a range of free educational talks.

Source: Internet Retailing Expo

European marketplace management software supplier Neteven has released an integration with Alibaba's Tmall Global marketplace.

Retailers and brand owners can manage their selling process on Tmall Global using Neteven, including product creation, translation, inventory and orders.

Greg Zemor, CEO of Neteven, said, "Following our European expansion, more than half of Neteven's clients are now based outside of France. All our European clients use our solution to trade locally, in Europe or in the US. The logical next step was to open their distribution to the largest and fastest growing e-commerce market in the world - China. We are now deploying our clients on this huge market and look forward to making our collaboration with Tmall Global a great success."

"Europe is a key strategic focus for Tmall Global and our aim is to help brands and retailers reach Chinese consumers that are eager for their products," said Shaoming Yang, Head of Tmall Global Europe. "To extend our reach we work with trusted and respected organizations such as Neteven to build an ecommerce ecosystem that works for both consumers and brands."

Launched in April 2008, Tmall.com provides a premium shopping experience for Chinese consumers in search of top-quality branded merchandise. Tmall Global, launched in 2014, enables brands outside China to sell directly to millions of Chinese consumers, without a Chinese business license.

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UK ecommerce outsourcing company Genie & The Geek has announced a new partnership with French ecommerce software provider Neteven.

Neteven's platform offers a wide range of marketplace integrations across Europe and the US, while Genie & The Geek has expertise in ecommerce, product photography, marketing, customer service and logistics.

Tayyab Akhlaq, Managing Director of Genie and the Geek, said, "We are very pleased to announce a partnership agreement with Neteven. Cross-border trade is a big focus for us and for our customers this year. Working together with Neteven will allow us to reach even further into Europe, as their software integrates with many international leading marketplaces and many more territories than competitive products of the same quality."

Greg Zemor, co-Founder and CEO of Neteven, added: "We are proud that a UK based company has chosen Neteven as its partner. In 2014, we successfully launched some projects with Genie and the Geek and we are all ready to take it to the next stage. Genie and the Geek and Neteven's strategies are closely aligned. We both understand that technology to master online marketplace management is essential and that services to help businesses outsource part of or their entire cross border trade distribution project is very important. We are now looking forward to managing hundreds of clients together."

Last year, Genie & The Geek launched their client My1stWish on French marketplaces PriceMinister, La Redoute and Cdiscount using Neteven.

Source: Neteven

European marketplace management software supplier Neteven has won an award from the French International Chamber of Commerce for their successful expansion into the UK and Germany.

Neteven was honored alongside three other French companies at the beginning of their international expansion. Neteven secured a $4.9 million Series B funding round in September this year.

Source: Neteven

French marketplace management software provider Neteven has released a new mobile-friendly website, and also a bi-lingual French and English support library.

The new Neteven website is available in French, English, Spanish, German and Italian, and is responsive to mobile devices. The support library guides retailers with information on marketplaces and Neteven's features.

In 2014 Neteven has added new marketplaces including eBay & Amazon US, Privalia in Spain & Italy, Zalando and Spartoo in the UK, Germany and Italy, and Galeries Lafayette in France. They have also integrated with MetaPack, Golden Feed, Genie & The Geek, Rakuten and Hybris.

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European marketplace management solution Neteven is now integrated with enterprise ecommerce platform hybris.

hybris users can now distribute products on European online marketplaces, using the Neteven integration available on the hybris Extend app marketplace.

Greg Zemor, CEO and co-Founder of Neteven, said: "We are very proud to be the first marketplace management solution hybris has selected to partner with. Our tech team has created a very efficient marketplace extension. This partnership will allow hybris merchants to easily launch cross-border trade projects without any technical knowledge. The full sales cycle on the marketplace will now be managed from hybris through an integration to Neteven's technology."

"With many retailers in B2B and B2C in the world recognising the revenue and brand extension opportunities marketplaces represent, the availability of an integration with Neteven's marketplace management solution, via the hybris Extend integration marketplace, is a welcome addition to hybris customers", said Patrick Finn, Senior Vice President, Global Channel & Partnerships at hybris.

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European ecommerce platform Neteven has new integrations with marketplaces in Spain, Italy, the UK, Germany and France.

The new supported marketplaces include:

  • eBay, Amazon and Privalia in Spain and Italy.
  • Zalando and Spartoo in the UK, Germany and Italy.
  • Galeries Lafayette in France.

New partnerships and integrations include MetaPack, Golden Feed, Genie & The Geek, Rakuten Super Logistics and Hybris.

Neteven’s software has also been updated with features such as click and collect support, and a new dynamic repricer and "mapping console" for product creation to match the requirements of each marketplace.

Neteven CEO Greg Zemor said, "Securing funding at the start of the year has had a real accelerator effect on Neteven across Europe. It has allowed us to strengthen our position in the UK, develop our international sales team and make our solution the best choice for the most ambitious cross-border distribution projects. Looking ahead, we are working on new innovations that will help our clients manage sales via the Neteven platform and speed up the integration of merchants’ products on leading websites."

The company also reported a 30% annual growth in the total value of merchandise sold through its platform.

Source: Neteven

12 suppliers listed in the Web Retailer directory will be exhibiting at the eCommerce Expo in London on 1 - 2 October 2014.

The exhibitors include: Avalara, Brightpearl, ChannelAdvisor, eSellerPro, James and James Fulfilment, Linnworks, M2E Pro, Neteven, plentymarkets, WebInterpret, Seller Dynamics and Veeqo.

Source: eCommerce Expo

European ecommerce software supplier Neteven has received a new investment of $4.9 million, and added support for selling on fashion marketplace Spartoo.

Neteven’s investors include A Plus Finance, ERMAK, Supremum Capital, the founders of Ogone and Concentric. It has also hired Ashley Maroney from ChannelAdvisor to head up its new London office.

Neteven co-founder and CEO Greg Zemor said, "It has been an exciting past few months for Neteven with a new round of investment secured, the expansion into the UK and Germany and the fast growth of our business. These are all crucial steps in making Neteven a truly global brand."

Neteven has also announced a new integration with footwear marketplace Spartoo, allowing its customers to sell products on Spartoo's marketplaces in France, Italy and the UK. Spartoo is present in 20 European countries and has 14 million visitors per month.

Channel marketing software provider Lengow also added support for Spartoo recently.

Source: Neteven for $4.9 million investment and Spartoo integration.

French marketplace management service Neteven has added support for human-powered translation services from Gengo.

Sellers on the Neteven platform can install the Gengo plugin, then select items to translate, target languages and a quality level. A price will be calculated automatically, and translation can be ordered online.

Gengo supports 34 languages, using a network of over 9,000 translators around the world.

Via Tamebay.

French marketplace management software provider Neteven is opening new offices to help its expansion into Europe.

Neteven CEO Greg Zemor said "Over the past three years, Neteven has been signing up merchants outside of France. With good results and successful proof of concept in the UK, Germany, Spain and Italy, it was time for us to accelerate our growth by opening local offices. Thanks to our excellent market position and financial health, we were able to attract several sources of funding."

To finance the expansion, Neteven has raised an investment of €3.6 million from a group of investors. Neteven has 500 clients and 35 employees. Its sellers had a 36% increase in GMV from 2012 to 2013.

Multichannel management tool Neteven is now available within the PrestaShop shopping cart.

Neteven and PrestaShop, both French companies, have developed the integration which allows sellers to synchronize inventory, list to marketplaces and process orders.

Neteven is available as a free plugin in the core version of Prestashop for France, UK, Germany, Spain and Italy, enabling sellers to list on over twenty European marketplaces.

French marketplace management solution provider Neteven has signed a new partnership agreement with eBay-owned ecommerce software company Magento.

Neteven already provides a Magento module to integrate its software with the Magento Connect platform, and the new partnership allows merchants using Magento to further integrate, customize and optimize their distribution on eBay.

"We are proud of this partnership. We worked for several months with the agency Soon and Magento developers to create a module to meet the quality demands of merchants and marketplaces. This partnership allows merchants using Magento Enterprise easy access to selling on eBay without technical intervention. The entire sales cycle can be controlled from Magento through integration Neteven in the back office of Magento," said Greg Zemor, co-founder of Neteven.

UK-based ecommerce management service Pentagon Interactive and French marketplace management system Neteven have announced a new partnership.

Laurence Guy, CEO of Pentagon, commented: "We are very pleased to announce a partnership agreement with Neteven. Cross Border Trade is a big focus for us this year, and working together with Neteven will allow us to reach even further into Europe, as their software integrates with many more marketplaces and many more territories than competitive products of the same quality."

Greg Zemor, CEO of Neteven, added: "Pentagon and Neteven strategies are closely aligned. We both understand that technology to master the marketplaces is important but that human service to help enterprises outsource part or their entire distribution project is very valuable. We are proud that Pentagon chose us among other solutions and we are looking forward to manage hundred of clients in a near future."

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