News OnBuy Partners with CedCommerce to bring new integrations to the OnBuy Platform

Sep 26, 2012
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OnBuy, the fastest-growing marketplace in the world, has launched integrations with an array of leading eCommerce solutions, enabling millions of retailers to join the platform ahead of its global expansion.



In partnership with CedCommerce, OnBuy users now has access to integrations with leading eCommerce platforms, namely Shopify, WooCommerce, Magento 1, Magento 2, PrestaShop and OpenCart.

As per Cas Paton, OnBuy's founder and CEO:
"OnBuy is changing the way the world looks at marketplaces. We've seen some of the industry's largest retailers and brands come on board, and we're well on track to become the world's first truly global marketplace.

"I'm delighted to announce this partnership with CedCommerce as it means we can offer millions of retailers a new route to selling with OnBuy. OnBuy is open to all sellers - small, medium and large - and opening our doors to these solutions means we can seamlessly cater to more sellers than ever before. By driving offers from more businesses, we'll be adding millions more products to our 20m+ product range and driving even better prices for our buyers."


With the partnership, CedCommerce's CEO Abhishek Jaiswal commented:
"Over the past few years, we've studied European retail and eCommerce very closely. We observed that European merchants are interested in selling across borders and overcoming eCommerce challenges by implementing innovative ways to reach out to local as well as global customers.

"The partnership between CedCommerce and OnBuy is expected to be key for sellers and retailers in Europe who are planning to pursue multichannel selling, through creating a frictionless onboarding process and allowing sellers to reach out to customers in diverse channels with enterprise-level support. Together we are planning to assist local businesses and community members by setting up the perfect platform to list, sell and revive their businesses amidst the ongoing pandemic."