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SearchNode announces its India foray with Ecommerce24

SearchNode, an international (Lithuania, Kaunas) cloud-based site search solution provider for e-commerce portals announced its foray in India with Ecommerce24 – an end-to-end e-commerce solutions provider.

SearchNode is an intelligent cloud-based site search engine for online stores visitors for quick and easy search for any products. It helps turn more visitors into customers. With a reach in over 32 Countries, SearchNode has been understanding largest e-commerce sites’ in the region users & understanding their behaviour and presenting just relevant results in a split of a second while increasing conversion rate for an e-commerce portal. With the help of SearchNode, if any online store does not have the product that a user was searching for, in order to avoid "No Results" page, their technology recommends similar products that may be interesting to the user, this in turn results in a higher conversion rate from 20% to 140% and enhanced user experience.

Commenting on the association, Manish Patil, Business Head, Ecommerce24 said, “With SearchNode, we expect to significantly increase our presence in the Indian e-commerce market in the coming year. With this association Ecommerce24 will be able to provide their world-class services to Indian companies resulting in better customer conversion rate and bigger average order value. We have observed that users often use complex phrases to describe what they are searching for. If the search is not smart enough and doesn't return relevant results, they can simply leave your website. In addition to the smart search engine which helps your users to find the right products it is equally important to have high quality features like suggestions, autocomplete, autocorrection and accurate filters. This is exactly what SearchNode will offer the Indian market! They will keep your customers happy, increase conversions and make them want to buy again.”

According to Antanas Bakšys, CEO & Co-founder, SearchNode, “The Indian e-commerce Industry is at the peak of its growth phase. There could not have been a better time to mark our foray in this market & we are glad to have found a partner like Ecommerce24 to do so. With their market knowledge and understanding, we are sure to reach out to a larger number of players and offer our unique services to them. We‘ve been constantly working on prototype, tests and customers discovery.

Since our inception in 2012, our team has researched many ecommerce businesses from small to enterprise level across various countries including Baltics, Poland, Spain, Germany, USA & Brazil. According to the information we’ve gathered through this period, in 2013 June we started work in closed beta in Baltics region. From 2014 we started expansion in Central and Eastern Europe region and now will be setting up operations in India.”


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