eBay Launches New Enterprise Commerce Offerings

    September 25, 2013
    Chris Crum

eBay has introduced a new suite of commerce technologies, which is made up of two modules called Exchange Platform and Interfaces & Tools.

“Retailers and brands understand the importance of having industry-leading capabilities across their entire value chain to support a new retail environment where consumers demand consistent, seamless and personalized experiences anywhere, at any time,” said eBay Enterprise President Chris Saridakis. “We’ve been singularly focused on being a strategic growth partner to our clients, and our new suite of modular commerce technologies will give our clients a competitive edge in this rapidly changing retail landscape.”

Exchange Platform includes tools for distributed order management, omnichannel inventory management, payment processing, fraud management and advanced reporting. It’s integrated with eBay Enterprise’s marketing solutions and omnichannel operations, and with Magento, Marketplaces and PayPal.

“The Interfaces & Tools module empowers retailers and brands to build, manage and optimize engaging consumer storefront experiences across all retail interfaces spanning devices, locations, users, geographies and brands,” eBay explains. “The key enabler is the integrated business user toolset that puts a powerful set of capabilities in the hands of marketers, merchandisers and managers, greatly reducing the traditional dependencies on web developers.”

Interfaces and Tools

This is all discussed in more detail here.


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