Below is a list of service lines currently being developed for other ecommerce platforms which will become available in the order below:
Rakuten, Inc. is a Japanese electronic commerce and Internet company based in Tokyo, Japan. ItsB2B2C e-commerce platform Rakuten Ichiba is the largest e-commerce site in Japan and among the world’s largest by sales. In Japan, where Rakuten is omnipresent, its businesses include online travel, auction and e-books, plus a bank and securities firm, as well as a baseball team, the Rakuten Eagles.
Payeasy is a B2C online market place with a full catalogue of products catering to the Taiwanese market. It currently has more than 402 million members, and deals with more than 300 medium and large enterprises, and about 10,000 home merchants. Founded in 2000, Payeasy has since reached a record of six consecutive double-digits EPS success and still possess the potential for further growth.
Auction.co.kr is a South Korean B2C and C2C auction site under ownership of the eBay brand. It is the leading service of its kind in Korea with advanced escrow system that guarantees secure transactions, from settlement and delivery to payment. Today, Auction.co.kr is the largest auction-style website in Korea (sixth largest Internet market in the world with more than 16 million persons on line) serving the needs of both consumers and businesses.
Paipai.com is Tencent’s online trading platform which went into service in 2005. Thanks to a large number of users in Tencent QQ (Tencent’s free instant massaging program), PaiPai has rapidly grown into one of the most popular C2C platforms in China. It consists of a number of major channels, including women, men, online games, digital products, mobile phone, life, sports, students, special offers, mums and babies, toys, value replenishment, superior quality products and hotels. Additionally, it also provides feature products and services, including proxy overseas purchases, personalized customization, brand zone, red packets and gift zones.