We have had numerous requests for Kyozou to support alternate marketplaces and our partnership with Bidtopia is our first effort to meet this demand
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) March 4, 2009
Toronto-based online auction and e-commerce management solution, Kyozou, announces plans for full integration of its online auction technology with Bidtopia. Currently, Kyozou's tool works with eBay, Amazon and Overstock, among others.
"We have had numerous requests for Kyozou to support alternate marketplaces and our partnership with Bidtopia is our first effort to meet this demand," explains Larry Velman, Director of Customer Relations at Kyozou. "It empowers merchants on both sides to greatly expand their reach to consumers."
Kyozou provides a web-based interface for large volume sellers to describe, list and manage the sale of their inventory across various online sales channels. Currently supported channels are eBay, Amazon and Overstock, with Bidtopia joining this spring.
Using Kyozou's technology, online sellers have complete control over their product sales on several marketplaces from one application, including the ability to sell items in their own private marketplace or website. The tool will support all three of the current Bidtopia formats - traditional auctions, inverted auctions and fixed price.
This integration makes Kyozou the first software partner of Bidtopia. Kyozou's technology is expected to be available to Bidtopia users in May 2009.
About Kyozou (http://www.kyozou.com ): Kyozou seamlessly brings together all aspects of the online auction business by fully integrating bar-coded inventory, warehouse management, cross-venue shopping cart integration, online marketing venues, web and auction templates, shipping and many more third party applications. Kyozou incorporates all aspects of e-tailing and retailing through one easy-to-use application. Kyozou Inc. was honored with the Gold level Microsoft certification, which represents the highest level of competence and expertise with Microsoft technologies. The company's partners also include Pay Pal, United Parcel Service, Inc., eBay and FedEx.
About Bidtopia (http://www.bidtopia.com): Headquartered in Memphis, TN, Bidtopia launched in 2007 as an online auction platform for larger volume buyers and sellers including Bargainland, which was the number one seller on eBay with more than one million customers. Hosting multiple online "store owners," Bidtopia provides an open, seller friendly exchange with a low cost and user-friendly platform. Known for its 99-cent, no-reserve auctions as well as inverted auctions and fixed-price options, Bidtopia is the new home for high volume sellers.
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