Portland, Oregon [Jan 24, 2018]: CedCommerce on Monday announced partnership with OTcommerce, a company based out of Russia, which enables online sellers to source products from Taobao and Tmall among the largest marketplaces of Asia to sell on their online stores.
Significance of Partnership with OT Commerce:
E-commerce is on the rise. In 2018 it is approximated to touch $2.7 trillion figure. And with market value of 27 trillion yuan, the sales performance of Asia Pacific marketplaces pips to those of US and Europe combined to second spot. Especially China, the e-commerce is raging there.
1. Receive complete item details from the 3 marketplaces
2. Translate all of the text information to target those customers where you want to sell
3. Price conversion from original currency to any desired
“Therefore, with this partnership, Dropshipping vendors can source products from these 3 marketplaces, otherwise a difficult task, and sell on their online stores.
The CedCommerce Advantage:
The Partnership with CedCommerce adds another dimension to it. Now the online sellers not only can sell products on their stores but also list them on popular marketplaces that facilitate dropshipping – Wish, Mercado Libre and Lazada etc.
The online sellers which have built their stores using Woocommerce, Magento, Prestashop, Opencart etc and want to source the products for their dropship stores can use OT API Key for this integration.
OT commerce is a company located in Russia that develops tools for e-commerce promotion and Cross Border Sales. Online sellers across 19+ countries are using tools by OTcommerce to facilitate e-commerce.
They investigate APIs of several international and national marketplaces (Taobao and 1688) and provide easy and fast access to them via their services. Their solution helps to import and synchronize products, their descriptions and search through API to your website.
Featured among the winners of Technology Fast 50 India and Technology Fast 500 APAC for two years in a row, CedCommerce is the official Channel Integration of behemoths such as Walmart, Sears, Best Buy, and Newegg, etc. facilitating onboarding of e-commerce sellers on these e-commerce platform.