eCommerce Service Providers

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Email Marketing – An online marketing concept where you promote your products and services to your targeted list of interested audience through email.

Event-triggered email – An email you send to a list of email subscribers based on a specific event – for example, sending a special offer email during a subscriber’s birthday, wedding anniversary or joining date.

Ebay – an ecommerce giant, auction site Ebay allows retailers access to a market of buyers. Sellers pay a listing fee and a percentage of the sale of the item on Ebay, with the option to auction or set a Buy It Now price. Ecommerce sellers often use Ebay as an alternative 3rd party marketplace, in addition to selling through their own site.

Ecommerce – online retail, the process of selling products online and on mobile through shops, 3rd party marketplaces like Amazon and Ebay, and other channels.

Evolutionary Algorithms – a type of algorithm put to use in generating artificially intelligent ecommerce systems, evolutionary algorithms test variables, find a winner and reset on loop, optimising the sales funnel to drive gradual, consistent improvements in conversion performance.

Exporting – The practice of selling items to wholesale or retail customers in another country.

Elastic Path – Elastic Path® Commerce is leading the future of commerce evolution. Our API-first platform empowers companies to digitally transform and innovate their business the way they want, when they want and where they want – allowing them to meet expectations and experiences customers are demanding.

ERP – ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planning. ERP software is comprised of powerful and strategic business process management tools that can be used to manage information within an organization. While every company and organization operating today is different, they all face a common challenge: in order to stay competitive in today’s business environment, they need a dependable and efficient way to store and access information. That’s where ERP systems come into play. ERP systems integrate all facets of an enterprise into one comprehensive information system that can be accessed by individuals across an entire organization.