Consumer & Retail / E-Commerce

Marketplace Tech

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What is Marketplace Tech?

Companies here help retailers launch and manage their own marketplaces to take advantage of external sellers. Deployment can occur either into an existing e-commerce website or enable brands’ presence on other marketplaces.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for Marketplace Tech. These companies include Mirakl and Logicbroker.

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Mirakl

France / Founded Year: 2011

Mirakl provides a marketplace platform that allows both B2B and B2C businesses to increase the number of products available for buyers, grow the lifetime value of customers, and anticipate buyer needs and preferences. The solution integrates into any eCommerce platform.

Known Partners

Kingfisher, Thunes, Vertex, and 1 more

Known Customers

ONCEIT, La Redoute, Leroy Merlin, and 1 more

Key People

Philippe Corrot, Adrien Nussenbaum, Marie Best, and 2 more

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Logicbroker

United States / Founded Year: 2010

Logicbroker offers an ecommerce software-as-a-service platform that is designed to enable mid-sized retailers, etailers and suppliers to process orders integrating with hundreds of electronic data interchange (EDI) trading partners. The solution's capabilities span product cataloging, customer ordering, order fulfillment, returns, vendor sourcing and data analytics.

Known Customers

LoveSac, Shopify, Trans-Trade

Key People

Karim Hadchiti, Peyman Zamani

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for Marketplace Tech. These companies include Teikametrics and Stackline.

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Teikametrics

United States / Founded Year: 2013

Teikametrics is building a Marketplace Optimization Platform that helps thousands of sellers and brand owners easily optimize their performance across the most valuable marketplaces and business verticals. With its AI-powered technology and optional managed services, it eliminates tedious work for customers so they can focus on what matters most: creating products and experiences that bring joy to their customers’ lives.

Known Partners

Hinge

Known Customers

Commerce Canal

Key People

Alasdair McLean-Foreman, Michael Rubenstein, Srinivas Guddanti, and 1 more

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Stackline

United States / Founded Year: 2014

Stackline is a retail technology company built by e-commerce veterans offering technology that activates data and optimizes performance for thousands of brands.

Key People

Michael Lagoni, Rajan Ramasamy, Benjamin Felix, and 1 more

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

See why these companies made it as outperformers for Marketplace Tech. These companies include Marketplacer and Akinon.

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Marketplacer

Australia / Founded Year: 2017

Marketplacer makes it easier for people to create successful marketplaces. The company's platform ensures that users can take the hard work out of creating a marketplace, which allows them to focus on gaining market share and increasing sales.

Key People

Jason Wyatt, Jim Stirewalt, Robert Brown, and 2 more

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Akinon

Turkey / Founded Year: 2016

Akinon offers an omnichannel commerce platform to streamline retail sales from online and physical stores.

Known Partners

Insider

Key People

Tolga Tatari, Mümin Öztürk, Zerrin Kırbaş, and 2 more

Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

See why these companies made it as challengers for Marketplace Tech. These companies include Flow and Cymbio.

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Flow

United States / Founded Year: 2015

Flow is a cloud-based software solution that uses artificial intelligence and virtualization to remove the challenges facing cross-border commerce, addressing key requirements such as multi-currency pricing, cost-efficient and rapid shipping, international payment options, well-defined taxes and duties, and simple returns. It streamlines global logistics through its international carrier network and self-service returns portal, offers UI that customizes and optimizes shopping experiences and more. It is based in Hoboken, New Jersey. On November 24, 2021, Flow was acquired by Global-e at a valuation of $500M.

Known Partners

Binance, Google, CARBON38, and 1 more

Key People

Juul Schepers, Nicky Romeijn

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Cymbio

United States / Founded Year: 2014

Cymbio connects brands with their retail partners on a real-time basis. Acting as the bridge between brands, retailers, and drop-ship programs, Cymbio automates time-consuming processes, helping to generate new business opportunities and strengthen partnerships. One integration with Cymbio allows brands to easily connect with retailers through pre-built integrations ranging from small retailers to major department stores’ drop ship programs. Cymbio offers reorders for brick and mortar stores in two clicks, no integration needed. Brands can give retailers access to their availability to sell inventory to prevent out-of-stocks with brick and mortar partners. With real-time ATS inventory available 24-7-365, retailers can process reorders instantly.

Known Partners

BigCommerce, ShipBob, Mirakl, and 1 more

Key People

Roy Avidor, Mor Lavi, Gilad Zirkel

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Bzaar

India / Founded Year: 2020

Bzaar is a business-to-business cross-border marketplace that connects retailers with export-ready manufacturers in India.

Key People

Nishant Verman, Prasanth Nair

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Topsort

United States / Founded Year: 2019

Topsort offers a platform that uses auction-based native ad infrastructure and APIs to help marketplaces and retailers scale native monetization.

Key People

Regina Ye, Francisco Larrain

What is Marketplace Tech?

Companies here help retailers launch and manage their own marketplaces to take advantage of external sellers. Deployment can occur either into an existing e-commerce website or enable brands’ presence on other marketplaces.

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