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Blue Prism brings new automation capabilities to online community
Blue Prism has announced additions to its affiliate partner list in order to extend the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) capabilities on its Digital Exchange (DX) platform.
Shareholders vote 'yes' to Trade Me sale
In a vote cast yesterday, 66.08% of the 396,973,029 shares voted. Of those, 99.29% were in favour of the acquisition. 0.71% voted against.
Apax Partners wins bidding war for Trade Me buyout
“We’re confident Trade Me would have a successful standalone future," says Trade Me chairman David Kirk
5c more per share: Trade Me bidding war heats up
Another bidder has entered the bidding arena as the potential sale of Trade Me kicks up a notch.
Facebook Marketplace gets a dash of AI for smarter listings
“If you wanted to sell your home office chair, Marketplace could use AI to help you sell it even faster by suggesting you price it between $50-75 based on what similar chairs recently sold for."
Pitney Bowes adds geography-specific data to commerce marketplace
Global ecommerce solutions provider Pitney Bowes is venturing farther into the world of data licensing, as it now offers more than 1500 geography-specific data sets for purchase.
Four reasons you should consider online marketplaces
Not only does a marketplace make trading easier for everyone, it can help you attract new customers you’ve previously been unable to reach.
Government launches digital procurement processes for IT spending
“Together we can change procurement into a much more flexible, agile process taking advantage of what digital platforms can offer.” - Clare Curran
Trade Me CEO to step down by the end of the year - search begins for replacement
Jon Macdonald has faith that the online marketplace has a long and bright future ahead of it.
Interactive launches Alliance, a SaaS app marketplace
Alliance will offer Australian-based SaaS providers a single platform into a local SMB community.
Year-old Kiwi delivery services startup is already playing with the big boys
LazyAz began as a 17-year-old's bright idea and has surged into an app taking on global brands in the delivery services and digital marketplace arena.