We’re very excited about this new functionality as it provides our customers with an automated solution to sell inventory in a new marketplace
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 26, 2006
Marketworks – the Atlanta-based provider of sales automation software and marketing services for multi-channel sales announced the release of functionality in support of eBay’s new Express marketplace. Marketworks customers that meet eBay Express requirements will be able to automatically list items to the new marketplace.
“We’re very excited about this new functionality as it provides our customers with an automated solution to sell inventory in a new marketplace," stated ecommerce expert, Paul Lundy, Chief Marketing Officer, Marketworks. “One of Marketworks key value propositions is supporting sales channels that target different types of buyers and ultimately drive customer sales,” added Lundy.
According to eBay’s site, eBay Express is a new specialty site created by eBay to provide customers looking to buy new, fixed price goods a more conventional ecommerce experience.
“As an online seller, I am always looking for new sales channels and I’m hoping eBay Express will bring a new buying audience to my listings. It’s great that Marketworks will make selling on this new marketplace so easy for their customers,” said Adam Hersh, owner of Adamhershexpress.
Marketworks is a leading provider of ecommerce software, ecommerce storefronts, ebay auction management software, sales automation software, and marketing services for multi-channel online selling. As eBay’s first and largest Certified Solution Provider, and with an international presence in six countries, Marketworks is committed to driving customers’ sales and profits by eliminating operational, channel and geographic barriers associated with selling online. Marketworks has branches worldwide, including the UK, Germany, Australia, and US. For further information on the Atlanta-based company, please go to http://www.marketworks.com.