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Wix launches extended ecommerce solution

Wix announced the launch of an extended ecommerce solution. The new solution provides online merchants features like customizable branded storefronts, multi-channel sales, dropshipping, native payment processing, and analytics and report creation.

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Facebook Shops launched

Facebook has launched its own ecommerce platform called Facebook Shops. The service can be used on both Facebook and Instagram, with the products displayed through pages, stories and advertisements. In the future, placing an order in WhatsApp, Messenger and Instagram Direct will also be possible.

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Shopware 6 gets API First approach

Shopware has introduced the latest update to its ecommerce software. Shopware 6 is built on a completely new technical basis and is based on a API First approach. With the software, all areas of a shop can be controlled via an API, so various third-party providers can automate processes within Shopware.

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BigCommerce for B2B Businesses launches

BigCommerce has announced the roll out of BigCommerce for B2B. As the name suggests, it's software suite that's tailored for business-to-business retailers who want to sell their products online. BigCommerce for B2B is aimed at wholesalers, manufacturers and distributors.

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Swedish ecommerce platform Centra wants to expand

Centra, an ecommerce software provider from Sweden, is ready to conquer the international market. The company, which focuses on online retailers active in the fashion and lifestyle industry, has not made any marketing efforts to date, but is now recruiting marketing, sales and support people to meet the increased demand and to grow internationally.

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Commercetools invests €14 million in expansion

Germany-based ecommerce software provider Commercetools will invest 17 million dollars (14.45 million euros) in international growth and development. The software company wants to expand further in the Asia-Pacific region, but will also be focusing on the United Kingdom, the Benelux, Scandinavia, and North America.

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