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November 4, 2009

Shopster launches Listing Manager for eBay

Allows merchants to list and track products

By CBR Staff Writer

Shopster, a provider of eCommerce software for small and medium sized business, has launched Listing Manager for eBay, which allows Shopster merchants to list and track their products from the Shopster Network on eBay’s auction site.

The company said that the new platform allows merchants to build their businesses through collaboration, including the sharing of inventory. The new Listing Manager for eBay allows Shopster’s 16,000 merchants to better market their inventory to the eBay community.

Sarath Samarasekera, co-founder and CEO of Shopster, said: eBay continues to be one of the key pillars of global e-commerce and sets the standard for all online auctions. Many of Shopster’s customers rely on eBay as a key sales channel, and the Shopster Listing Manager for eBay makes integrating the two systems much easier.

The world of e-commerce continues to evolve at a frenetic pace and online retailing is becoming increasingly fragmented and complicated. Online selling has many aspects, and successful merchants have identified their unique selling proposition, and collaborate on the rest.”

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