Research Triangle Park, NC – ChannelAdvisor, a global e-commerce software provider that helps retailers sell more across online channels, today announced the record expansion of its automotive customer list, signing an additional 26 retailers and broadening its work with 10 existing automotive customers in Q3 and Q4 alone. ChannelAdvisor is the premier automotive e-commerce solution provider, powering six out of the top 10 online auto-parts sellers in the United States and, now, many more.
“The addition of so many new automotive retailers is proof that our solution is a great fit for the auto sector,” said Ryan Walsh, ChannelAdvisor vice president of sales. “Participating in the SEMA show allowed us to get in front of a number of retailers to demonstrate how our solution helps increase visibility and sales, while easing the hassle of the entire online selling process.”
ChannelAdvisor’s new customers join an already impressive list of automotive retailers powered by ChannelAdvisor including Ford, Jegs, Volvo of Dallas, K2 Motor and more. Ranging from dealers to parts providers, ChannelAdvisor’s new automotive customers are diverse, reflecting the versatility of ChannelAdvisor’s automotive offering.
Retailers signed on to initiate or expand their presence online using ChannelAdvisor’s Marketplaces, Paid Search, Comparison Shopping and Webstores solutions. ChannelAdvisor empowers automotive retailers to automate the tedious manual processes associated with selling online and optimize their listings to produce the best results on key online channels.
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ChannelAdvisor is a global e-commerce platform provider that helps retailers sell more and be seen online through channels such as marketplaces, paid search and comparison shopping, and with webstores and rich media solutions. Widely respected as a trusted advisor for more than 3,000 top e-commerce brands, ChannelAdvisor calms the chaos of online selling by enabling retailers to submit one inventory feed to the ChannelAdvisor platform where it is translated to fit the specifications of hundreds of e-commerce channels and distributed accordingly. In 2010, ChannelAdvisor managed $2.8 billion in gross merchandise value (GMV) on behalf of retailers of all sizes including Saks, Dell, Brookstone, and more than 30 percent of the Internet Retailer Top 500 online retailers. ChannelAdvisor is headquartered in Research Triangle Park, NC with offices in New York, Seattle, Australia, Ireland, Germany and the United Kingdom. For further information, visit www.channeladvisor.com.