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Shopmatic announces partnership with Aramex

21-May-2016
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Shopmatic announces partnership with Aramex

Shopmatic, a homegrown e-commerce SaaS (Software as a Service) company, has announced a strategic partnership with Aramex, a global provider of comprehensive logistics and transportation solutions. The partnership will allow online merchants to deliver their products efficiently and securely, thereby improving the entire e-commerce experience for business owners.

This collaboration between Shopmatic and Aramex serves to boost Shopmatic’s capabilities as a reliable and comprehensive e-commerce solution provider for anyone who wishes to sell online.

Anurag Avula, CEO and Co-Founder, Shopmatic Group said, “There is enormous potential for online shopping spending in Singapore, which is projected to grow from $4.8 billion in 2015 to $6.9 billion by 2018. Shopmatic wants to enable its users to take advantage of this growth by simplifying the online selling experience. We recognize that managing the last-mile delivery is one of the biggest challenges for Homepreneurs and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and we want to help them solve this problem.”

He added, “We feel that the partnership with Aramex is a natural fit because both companies share many of the same values, including a shared passion for excellence and a customer-centric mindset. We are confident that our collaboration will enhance our “one-stop-shop” value proposition, managing the entire ecosystem, enabling anyone to sell online.”

Othman Aljeda, CEO, Aramex in Asia said, “We are excited to partner with Shopmatic to enable local entrepreneurs, particularly SMEs and Homepreneurs, to sell their products internationally. Aramex offers a wide range of customized e-commerce solutions. We are committed to expanding our e-commerce offerings and geographical footprint to meet the increasing demand for global online shopping delivery solutions and to support e-tailers to grow their business.”

Aramex e-commerce solutions will come as part of all custom-built Shopmatic platforms, which is now available in India, Singapore and Hong Kong.

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