aCommerce clients such as L’Oreal, Abbott, Yves Rocher, and many more across Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia and Singapore participated in Lazada’s 6th birthday campaign and saw GMV more than double.
Astra Otoparts has moved online with a new ecommerce site built with aCommerce Web Development services. The multi-faceted project integrates aCommerce tech and inter-connectivity software including Magento, Multi-Warehouse management system, channel management, cost-effective shipping solutions.
Thailand’s largest public TV station Thai PBS features the story of aCommerce for its program Startup Journey to document how the company is successfully serving clients across the region.
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.”
Online is not only changing retail, but the entire landscape incorporates advertising, media and entertainment. We want to help brands manage content, channels, and the entire customer experience to capture data end-to-end.” – Paul Srivorakul, aCommerce Co-Founder and Group CEO
The evolution of retail, from offline and online channels to unified and omnichannel, was one of the trends captured by aCommerce and partners as we presented 2018 ecommerce trends during media workshops in Thailand, Philippines, and Indonesia on 21, 23 and 27 November respectively.
Masari Group will capture Indonesia’s most affluent demographic through an e-platform by aCommerce and follow in the footsteps of Alibaba, JD.com and LVMH taking luxury digital
In 2016, sales of luxury goods in Indonesia grew by 84% from 2015, recording the largest online luxury sales growth in Asia. To cater to increasing demand, local luxury retail giant Masari Group has launched 40+ brands online, including Les Petits Joueurs, Loup Noir and Dorateymur, using aCommerce brand site development and performance marketing. The site went live on October 11.
To maintain strong value share in the skin care sector, St.Ives products are offered on top marketplaces: Lazada, Tokopedia and Shopee, through aCommerce Brand Commerce services.
Signed at the end of July, the no.1 scrub brand in the US worked with aCommerce to build an official presence on three Indonesia’s marketplaces (Shopee, Lazada, Tokopedia) throughout August to serve the growing demands for use of natural ingredients in skin care products (Euromonitor) in part of rising consumer image consciousness and the 47% of Indonesian women use facial scrub.
St. Ives most popular all-natural exfoliants, body wash and lotion offered a discount of 20% off across platforms to commemorate the official launch.
The German luxury brand will launch on Lazada and MatahariMall through aCommerce Brand Commerce services
BMW initially tested the demand for its branded merchandise on Indonesian marketplace blibli.com, and the positive feedback has spurred the decision to expand its marketplace presence.