Here is a list of mid-December product versions and updates from companies that offer services to online retailers. There are updates to shipping, repeat purchase, marketing services, cross-border sales, live stream video and PR tools.
E-commerce product versions
UPS expands international express services, UPS announced the expansion of its UPS Worldwide Express and UPS Worldwide Express Plus in 40 countries – part of the UPS International Suite of shipping services that guarantee delivery destinations for urgent shipments. The latest extension offers morning or lunch service for time-critical programs. UPS Express services are now available to companies in 140 countries and territories and reach the top 20 countries (by gross domestic product) with morning delivery.
eBay Launches "Buy Again" Button, eBay announced a brand new feature called "Buy Again". When shoppers access their shopping page on iOS or the eBay hamburger menu on Android, they can scroll through a list of their purchases to see the “Buy Again” button and quickly buy that item from the same seller again. If the item is not available from the same seller, buyers can use the "Buy Similar" button. EBay's search algorithms then display a similar inventory using the purchase title. Buyers see the same product sold by another seller, the same product in a different variant, or a similar product.
Retina introduces Shopify integration for e-commerce companies, Retina, an artificial intelligence and predictive analytics company, has launched an augmented reality platform for Shopify retailers. Retina Go is a free tool powered by Customer Data Science that enables retailers to build on the rudimentary Shopify customer data reporting to move the business towards a product market adjustment. Companies can download Retina. Search the Shopify App Store to access predictive analytics on customer usage trends in your company and ad campaigns that target lookalikes of the best customers.
Cision releases the game "Choose Your Own PR Adventure", Cision, a PR and media company, has released the game “Choose Your Own PR Adventure” on Cision.com. The game offers players common PR scenarios to navigate, including creating a successful playing field from start to finish, finding the right influencer, managing news, reporting on PR performance, and understanding your competitors. Users can experience the game through three career options: PR manager, chief marketing officer or digital marketer.
The Facebook portal adds new content and functions, Facebook's AI-enabled video calling devices have announced new content and features. Log in to Portal with your WhatsApp account to make video calls and access features, even if you don't have a Facebook account. Connect to your employees when you work from home. In this way, users can communicate, collaborate and establish connections in a simple and secure manner via known Facebook functions such as chat, video telephony and groups. Live stream from the portal directly to your Facebook profile via Facebook Live. Open the Facebook Live app and let Smart Camera be the cameraman for your special events. Facebook has also added access to content from streaming partners on Portal TV.
Craigslist launches app for iPhone, More than 20 years after the launch of the Craigslist platform and 11 years after the launch of Apple's App Store, Craigslist has finally created an app for iOS. Users can buy and sell items or services, save favorite posts and searches, set alerts, and publish, edit, and renew listings.
Flow raises $ 37 million to simplify international e-commerce, Flow, a cross-border e-commerce platform for brands and retailers, has announced $ 37 million in funding from New Enterprise Associates, American Express Ventures and Latitude Ventures. With the funding, Flow plans to expand its product offering and product development, invest in existing and new customers, increase the company's workforce, and expand in the United States and Europe. Statista forecasts that global e-commerce sales will reach $ 6.5 trillion by 2023, with the proportion of cross-border purchases estimated at 22 percent. The Flow platform gives merchants control and flexibility to create localized e-commerce experiences.
Brex launches e-commerce marketing agency directory, Brex, a financial technology company that helps companies scale, has launched an agency partner program with a directory to help clients find outsourced marketing services. The directory complements Brex's offer for online brands, which includes interest-free financing and discounts for services such as Amazon Web Services, Google and Snapchat ads as well as the digital marketing software Klaviyo. The partner services include advertising, social media, branding, search engine marketing, media strategy, content creation, system integration and e-commerce development.
TrueCommerce acquires the B2B solution provider Netalogue, TrueCommerce e-commerce platform has acquired Netalogue Technologies, a UK provider of B2B e-commerce services. The acquisition complements the TrueCommerce portfolio by providing a strategic technology service that strengthens its retail network across Europe.
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