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Handshake of par excellence - that is what has happened when SELLinALL as a service provider joined hands with South East Asia E-commerce Giant Lazada.  

Founded in 2011, by the e-commerce company Rocket Internet, Singapore Head-quartered Lazada improved its presence and by 2014 started operating in further more five countries - Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.   It has turned its business as a market place model by then, to take advantage of Global Giant Amazon in the East Asian e-selling corridor.

With 65% of its business, Lazada has given its market place platform a due importance, thereby increased the third party sellers presence to the tune of 10,000 as on December 2014. 

Even though Lazada faces a great hurdle from Brick and Mortar selling along with the lack of awareness of credit card selling in the South East Asian countries, depending on the futuristic trend of the online shopping, it has given much importance to the Online Sellers. Lazada claim of $1.36 billion in Annualised Gross Merchandise value in March 2016, makes it the leader in the South East Asia's e-commerce arena.

SELLinALL, an Echelon e27 award winning startup, proud to 
associate itself with the South East Asia Giant Lazada-Group as a service provider. SELLinALL with its easy to operate software for online sellers, in listing of products, inventory management etc., all done in, with a click, making a great stride in the global e-commerce environment.

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Dear Online Sellers!! Use soft, breezy and rugged SELLinALL software for your listing of products, inventory management, order tracking etc., in Amazon, eBay, etsy, facebook, Lazada group, flipkart, etc. It saves you from drudgery and helps you in building up the quality time to concentrate yourselves on your business improvement.

- Magic Inian -

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