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Does Your E-Commerce Platform Do This?

Posted on 11.13.2016

eBay and BigCommerce announced the availability of a new integration that enables merchants to list and sell products on the eBay marketplace, as well as manage inventory and orders directly from within the e-commerce platform's back-end. 

BigCommerce now enables merchants to select products from their catalog and begin selling on eBay quickly, without the need for third-party apps or custom development.


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“We’re thrilled to partner on a seamless solution for BigCommerce merchants to scale their businesses through eBay’s marketplace,” said Bob Kupbens, eBay’s Vice President of Business-to-Consumer Selling. “eBay helps every shopper find items that are perfect for them – and this integration will deliver even more choice and selection to eBay’s highly engaged and active global buyer base.”

The integration with BigCommerce represents a broader API initiative that eBay has recently undertaken to make both buying and selling easier than ever. In mid-October, eBay revamped its API platform with ten new standards-based APIs, with more to come in 2017.

“Our integration with eBay enables retailers to sell to the massive eBay community from a single platform unified with their branded websites,” said Brent Bellm, CEO of BigCommerce. “The eBay and BigCommerce partnership allows retailers to maximize their online sales while minimizing technical and operational complexity.”

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+ Shipping API Speeds Up Growth

 

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