Tag: B2B

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Client Updates

Copperwired Uses aCommerce to Build B2B/B2C Online

Copperwired, the official and Apple Authorized Premium Reseller in Thailand including iStudio, iBeat, Ai_ and owner of lifestyle technology store name “.life” and Koan company as corporate group will use aCommerce Web Development services to build a B2C and B2B ecommerce site for its accessories retailer, Koan, that offers over 70 premium lifestyle electronics and gadget brands.

The Koan B2C site is set to launch in March and the B2B site is expected to launch in May.

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Company Updates

Digital Picks and Shovels: Paul Srivorakul’s aCommerce Enables the Ecommerce Boom in Southeast Asia

Bangkok-based aCommerce is a regional company that enables ecommerce in Southeast Asia. The firm helps online merchants, both regional and global, build their businesses in Southeast Asia, with a big focus on the unglamorous side of e-retailing, such as customer support, distribution, fulfillment and logistics.

“We are close to what a distributor does. We help companies enter local markets, and plug them into retail outlets,” says Paul Srivorakul, 40, co-founder and chief executive of aCommerce.

The tagline that aCommerce uses is “making ecommerce easy since 2013.” A more colorful description comes from the LinkedIn profile of aCommerce Group Chief Marketing Officer Sheji Ho: “The exclusive provider of premium digital picks and shovels for the ecommerce gold rush in Southeast Asia. Inquire for the latest models.”

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Client Updates

German Fashion Brand Kapten & Son Signs aCommerce for B2B Distribution

As the company’s Asia Pacific B2B distribution hub, aCommerce ships its highly coveted products to more than 10 countries

Kapten & Son’s forage into B2C ecommerce in Asia was so successful, the company decided to test B2B in October. The European brand is using aCommerce as a consolidated shipping hub in Singapore to distribute its bags, watches and sunglasses to resellers in Australia, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.

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Company Insights

How to Choose the Right Ecommerce Software for Your Business

More brands in Southeast Asia are looking to adopt “dot com” strategies for a direct-to-consumer approach. Why? It allows them to establish a stronger brand identity, customize a more personable online experience and obtain customer data to keep optimizing their ecommerce cycle.

But it’s not cheap to build a website and with so many software options on the market, how can a brand that is only beginning to go online make an informed decision? The right technology allows scalability whereas the wrong one will require more maintenance sucking both time and money.

Mandy Arbilo, Senior Project Manager at aCommerce, Southeast Asia’s leading ecommerce service provider, share his insights about what brands should take into account when choosing between the two most popular platforms currently on the market, Magento and Commerce Cloud (previously Demandware).

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