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Neteven & B2C Europe team up for marketplace solution

By Chris Dawson May 10, 2015 - 8:30 pm

Neteven smNeteven and B2C Europe have signed an international partnership to provide online retailers with a complete e-commerce platform including distribution and return solutions.

For the past 10 years, Neteven has helped large retailers and brands manage their marketplaces activity. Thanks to the Neteven’s technology and services, Neteven connects its clients with the largest coverage of marketplaces in Europe, USA and Asia.

B2C EuropeB2C Europe’s mission is to give the customers access to the best postal delivery and returns services for B2C e-commerce in Europe. With integrated domestic and international distribution and return shipping solutions, B2C provides enterprises with a ‘one-stop-shop’ experience.

Neteven manages digital feeds, while B2C works on physical goods. To answers clients and market demands, Neteven and B2C Europe have worked together to integrate their technologies and offerings.

An end-to-end solution

Retailers and brands can now trade on marketplaces with one complete solution. Once integrated with the Neteven platform, they can access the leading global marketplaces such as eBay, Amazon, Tmall, Rakuten, Zalando, etc. Neteven will manage the full sales cycle, from product creation, sales management and order retrieval.

Using the technical integration between both systems, B2C Europe will be able to deliver orders coming from the marketplaces and manage returns anywhere in the world. The international B2C Europe warehouses and partnerships with most carriers will allow any client to reach buyers and meet marketplace expectations.

If you’re interested in finding out more, contact Neteven on 203 356 2722 or through their website.

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