Mercent, a provider of software-as-a-service e-Commerce solutions, has partnered with Quiet Notion, a boutique agency specializing in digital retail.
As part of the collaboration, Quiet Notion will leverage the Mercent Retail platform to help retailer customers expand their reach online,” according to a company press release.
In turn, Quiet Notion’s retail clients will be able to engage and sell to consumers across a variety of shopping channels, including Amazon.com, eBay and comparison shopping sites like Google Shopping.
New relationships generated through the partnership will add to a hefty roster of other Mercent customers, including 1-800-Flowers.com, the Home Shopping Network and L’Occitane.
“This partnership helps to further expand Mercent’s retail client portfolio, and our e-Commerce and technology leadership,” said Eric Best, Chairman and CEO of Mercent, “Quiet Notion has a solid roster of U.S. based retailers and we look forward to helping expand their online reach, sales and profits.”
Ross Plotkin, Founder and CEO of Quiet Notion added that the partnership will help clients “broaden their marketing and sales reach across the most competitive and profitable channels online.”