Freshly Squeezed: 17.12.19

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Tryzens launches a new e-commerce solution and Zanui partners with Marlin Brands. Get a healthy dose of news as we uncover the day’s top stories in e-commerce.

Zanui Partners with Marlin Brands

Zanui is partnering with Marlin Brands to ‘recapitalise on its brand’ following its voluntary administration in October. “Partnering with Marlin and its global owners enables us to assure our customers that they can continue to trade on the Zanui platform and have every confidence in the financial stability, service experience and quality of the products we trade,” explained Yosuke Hall, CEO of Zanui.

“This partnership provides Zanui with the backing and commitment to take its customer offering to the next level. We are dedicated to making our customers feel like they are getting the absolute best online experience possible, from product range through to delivery.” You can find the full story here.

Australian Shoppers Poised to Spend $14 Billion in Christmas Period

The National Retail Association has projected a $14 billion spend from Australian consumers during the Christmas period. Dominique Lamb, the CEO of the NRA, noted that retailers should arm themselves for the final rush in the lead up to the holiday. “The NRA is expecting the shopping frenzy to really ramp up as we kick-off the seven-day countdown until Christmas,” she said.

“According to our forecasts, Aussies are set to splurge $14 billion in the final seven days as shoppers finalise purchases and bag fresh food for their Christmas Day celebrations.” For e-commerce, it’s predicted that customers will spend $350 million via pureplay retailers, with $650 million spent through omnichannel retailers. This, in total, equates to a spend of $1 billion in the lead up to Christmas Day. You can find the full story here.

Tryzens Launches New E-Commerce Solution

Tryzens has launched a new e-commerce solution, Spark, that aims to allow retailers to launch a new trade-ready and scalable storefront in 12 weeks. Spark is an ‘enterprise-class solution’ that facilitates the deployment of Salesforce Commerce Cloud for a fixed price. “In order to provide the best possible service for our clients, we recognised that we needed to create a new offering to assist retailers to act fast and continue to efficiently evolve over time. To that end, a ‘land and expand’ approach to deploying an e-commerce platform rapidly that can scale and evolve over time has now become a reality. Coupled with our option of a fixed price for delivery and a full range of in-life service options, the Spark solution reduces risk and improve the ROI a business can achieve,” explained Andy Burton, CEO of Tryzens.

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