Wish Enters Partnership with Productsup
As part of this new partnership, Wish merchants will be able to access Productsup’s platform via an integration, allowing them to manage and integrate their product catalogs to the Wish marketplace with more ease, accuracy, and speed. Productsup provides businesses with enhanced visibility and control over their product data to ensure they understand consumer expectations and better maximize their sales.
“We’re a global ecommerce platform, and our merchants typically sell across several marketplaces - which can make maintaining a unified presence a very complex process. For this reason, we’re thrilled to have found a P2C management partner in Productsup,” said
“At Productsup, we know how hard it is to be a merchant today, as you need to keep up with all of the individual platform requirements and formats for different marketplaces when uploading your product catalog. Together with Wish, we look forward to helping merchants streamline and automate this process,” said
Wish continues to invest in enhancing the merchant experience. Recently, Wish announced a partnership with eDesk - an ecommerce customer support platform aimed to empower Wish merchants with more resources and tools to provide excellent customer support experiences.
Productsup frees brands, retailers, service providers, and marketplaces from commerce anarchy. The Productsup product-to-consumer (P2C) platform processes over two trillion products a month, empowering long-term business success as the only global, strategic, scalable platform managing all product-to-consumer information value chains across any platform, any channel, any technology. Founded in 2010 and headquartered in
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