Service is free of charge for the next three months
Arcadier, a Singapore-based Marketplace-as-a-Service (MaaS) company, has recently launched a do-it-yourself marketplace technology named Arcadier Marketplaces.
Users can create their own marketplace with quick setup and easy customisation (with no coding necessary) and create new listings on their marketplace, start transacting, manage inventory and payment, track order and sales through the key features included with the service.
The product offers a simple step-by-step process and aims to bridge technical knowledge gaps and reduce cost barriers. In celebration of launching Arcadier Marketplaces, this service will be free of charge for the next three months. After which, a monthly subscription of US$99 applies.
Arcadier Marketplaces enables transactions in 139 currencies, with more planned. In addition, multi-language capability will be available soon, alongside other features.
“Imagine an online marketplace where design students sell their creations; everyone learns about emerging designers and students generate income. Maybe a marketplace for would-be renovators sourcing supplies from other would-be renovators? How about a marketplace for a, charity or a B2B one for plumbers? Marketplace ideas are limitless and through Arcadier Marketplaces we ignite entrepreneurial spirit and the idea of community,” said Dinuke Ranasinghe, Chief Executive Officer of Arcadier.
Founded in 2013, Arcadier offers multi-tiered marketplace services for businesses. The company has built B2B, B2C and C2C marketplace platforms in the Southeast Asian, Latin American and Chinese markets.
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