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ChannelAdvisor's Premium Marketplaces solution enables retailers to sell more online by automating time-consuming tasks such as inventory management, ad creation and order fulfilment. The ChannelAdvisor platform supports eBay, Amazon and Pixmania as well as Comparison Shopping sites such as Shopzilla and Paid Search sites such as Google, Bing and Yahoo. Visit www.channeladvisor.co.uk for UK information.
|Amazon Sites||Amazon.ca, Amazon.cn, Amazon.co.jp, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com, Amazon.com.mx, Amazon.de, Amazon.es, Amazon.fr, Amazon.it|
|eBay Sites||eBay Australia, eBay Austria, eBay Canada, eBay France, eBay Germany, eBay Ireland, eBay Italy, eBay Netherlands, eBay Spain, eBay Switzerland, eBay UK, eBay.com|
|Marketplaces||Alibaba, AliExpress, Best Buy, Cdiscount.com, Flubit, Groupon Goods, Jet, La Redoute, MeinPaket.de, Mercado Libre, Newegg, Pixmania PixPlace, Rakuten.co.uk, Rakuten.com, Rakuten.de, Sears.com Marketplace, Tesco, Tmall, TradeMe, Zalando|
|Price Comparison||Google Shopping, Nextag, pricegrabber, Shop.com, Shopping.com, Shopzilla|
|Shipping Software||Endicia, NetDespatch, ShipRush, ShipStation, ShipWorks, SkuVault, Stamps.com, TrueShip|
|Shopping Carts||Amazon webstore, BigCommerce, Shopify, Yahoo Stores|
Multichannel ecommerce management tool ChannelAdvisor Marketplaces has added support for the new Amazon Mexico marketplace.
"The e-commerce market in Mexico grew 32 percent in 2014, and its double-digit growth is expected to continue to a 30 percent increase in 2015," said Scot Wingo, ChannelAdvisor executive chairman. "Through the development of its fulfillment network, Amazon has simplified the logistics of selling internationally. Amazon's extensive catalog and expertise in e-commerce will likely resonate well in Mexico, and we see this as a great opportunity for retailers and branded manufacturers to enter this market."
Retailers can ship Amazon Mexico orders from their own distribution center or use Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) from an Amazon Fulfillment Center located in the country.
Amazon Mexico launched its physical goods store and marketplace on June 30th, with products in categories including consumer electronics, home and garden, sports, health and personal care, and home improvement.
In ChannelAdvisor's 2015 Online Retail Survey, U.S. respondents listed Latin America as the second most popular destination for international orders, behind only the U.K.
Ecommerce customer service tool XSellco Fusion has integrated with inventory management platform ChannelAdvisor so users can access order details from within XSellco.
When an XSellco user receives a message relating to a product that was listed using ChannelAdvisor, they can now access the order details held in ChannelAdvisor in one click.
Marketplace management tool ChannelAdvisor Marketplaces has added support for the new Amazon Business marketplace, and French shopping site Cdiscount.
Amazon Business is Amazon's new B2B marketplace, with features tailored for the business buyer and seller. Amazon Business allows sellers to target new customers and provide business-only offers, special pricing and tiered quantity discounts. Business sellers are also able to indicate diversity and ownership credentials such as small business or women-owned, minority-owned, or veteran-owned.
Cdiscount is a French ecommerce site that offers a wide range of products. The Cdiscount integration is in a limited beta testing period.
ChannelAdvisor has provided more information on the marketplace reporting widgets that were included in its recent Spring Release.
The new widgets cover:
- Product performance and pricing for Amazon, with insights into best-selling products and Buy Box ownership.
- Global demand, showing the global destinations for marketplace orders.
- eBay Global Shipping Program (GSP), showing destinations for eBay GSP orders.
- Lack of demand, which shows which products haven't been selling well.
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ChannelAdvisor has also released support for Amazon North American Unified Accounts and Rakuten UK (formerly Play.com).
ChannelAdvisor founder Scot Wingo has resigned as the company's CEO, after 13 years leading the company.
Former Chief Operating Officer and company president David Spitz has taken up the role of CEO, while Wingo stays on as executive chairman.
"I look forward to remaining closely involved in driving ChannelAdvisor's role in the complex e-commerce industry both internally and externally, and making further contributions to our products and strategy in my new role," said Wingo in a statement. "I am excited about David's appointment as CEO. I believe David is a strong, dynamic leader, with the drive to lead our organization forward, helping us create long-term value for our customers, employees and shareholders."
ChannelAdvisor recently reported $22.6 million in first quarter 2015 revenue, up 17 percent compared to the same period last year. The company made a loss of $4.2 million in the quarter but its stock price, which has suffered since it's IPO in 2013, rose nearly 6 percent on the news of Spitz's appointment.
Source: Triangle Business Journal
ChannelAdvisor's long-running eBay selling tool MarketplaceAdvisor will be shut down from July 2015.
In a statement on the MarketplaceAdvisor website, ChannelAdvisor said, "We continuously evaluate how and where we focus our internal resources to help you grow your business. Occasionally this means we must discontinue support for certain products or services. It is in this spirit that we have made the difficult decision to discontinue our Marketworks/MarketplaceAdvisor Standard product on September 14, 2015 in order to concentrate our efforts on other parts of our platform."
The shut down will start on July 15 when new listings and relisting will no longer be possible. Orders will not be imported after August 17 and access removed on September 14.
MarketplaceAdvisor was the result of ChannelAdvisor's acquisition of rival Marketworks in 2007. The service was retained as an eBay-only sales management service, alongside ChannelAdvisor's flagship Marketplaces software for multichannel sellers.
Marketplace management platform ChannelAdvisor Marketplaces has launched a major new software update.
ChannelAdvisor's 2015 Spring Release includes support for Jet, Facebook dynamic product ads, eBay Austria, eBay Switzerland and MercadoLibre's Cross-Border Trade (CBT) program.
It also includes new product bundles technology with variations, marketplace-customizable invoice templates, Google Shopping product group generator, eBay order consolidator, product performance and pricing insights for Amazon, new widgets for eBay and other marketplaces, and a new eBay Categorizer.
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
Ecommerce management tool ChannelAdvisor Marketplaces has a new integration with UK shipping software NetDespatch.
Using NetDespatch, ChannelAdvisor users can send parcels to carriers including Royal Mail, Asendia, Yodel, APC Overnight, UKMail, Collect+ and others using a single solution.
"NetDespatch has automated our entire e-commerce fulfilment process from initial order placement to integration with Royal Mail and production of the correct label; leaving me free to focus on more strategic aspects of the business," explained June Mayle, director of equine outfitter, Jodshop. "Since working with NetDespatch and ChannelAdvisor, I can honestly say that the time I spend processing orders has been halved."
"The NetDespatch SaaS platforms provide proven, reliable and scalable solutions to get innovative parcel delivery propositions to market quickly, and then to scale with them," explained Becky Clark, CEO, NetDespatch. "Integrating with ChannelAdvisor, we have effectively taken away all the complexity of carrier integration and the associated issues to offer a reliable delivery service to retailers which can only boost consumer confidence and subsequently fuel a growth in online shopping."
Ecommerce channel management tool ChannelAdvisor Marketplaces has added support for Alibaba's marketplace AliExpress.
"AliExpress is Alibaba Group's business-to-consumer marketplace that is focused on cross-border trade out of China," said ChannelAdvisor CEO Scot Wingo. "We are excited to expand our relationship with Alibaba Group through support for AliExpress and to help our Chinese customers gain access to global consumers in hundreds of countries."
"Teaming up with ChannelAdvisor is in line with our mission to make it easy for retailers to do business anywhere," said Joe Yan, Director, Global Operations & Expansion Strategy, AliExpress.com. "As a leading global e-commerce platform, ChannelAdvisor helps AliExpress sellers to connect with consumers around the world, and this relationship has the potential to broaden our reach and expand opportunities for retailers."
AliExpress enables consumers worldwide to buy directly from wholesalers and manufacturers in China. Launched in 2010, AliExpress offers consumers competitive prices on a wide variety of products, such as apparel and accessories, electronics, health and beauty, watches and jewelry and more.
Support for AliExpress follows ChannelAdvisor's support for Alibaba Group's Tmall Global solution, announced in 2014.
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The Supplier Says
A powerful part of the ChannelAdvisor Complete solution, ChannelAdvisor Marketplaces enables retailers to automate the labor intensive tasks of e-commerce from inventory management, to ad creation, to order fulfillment. Leveraging these efficiencies, business owners afford themselves more time to focus on building a firm that operates more strategically, sells more products, and becomes more profitable across all online sales channels.
With ChannelAdvisor Marketplaces, sellers can efficiently sell through the largest online marketplaces including eBay, Amazon.com and Overstock.com – all from a single platform. ChannelAdvisor Marketplaces arms sellers with the most comprehensive set of functionality available to quickly scale an online business. From the supplier's website