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Light speed takes over SEO shop

Light Speed POS  declares that it has procured SEO shop, an Amsterdam-based creator of e-business programming.

As the name denotes, LightSpeed’s offerings for brick-and-mortar retailers and hotels incorporate a state of art framework, and in addition stock administration, a client database and that’s just the beginning. It likewise offers instruments for making a web store, yet founder and CEO DaxDasilva said the obtaining will permit his organization to grow essentially on that front.

For beginners, the SEOshop item is being rebranded as LightSpeedeCom, and there are plans to dispatch more full reconciliation with LightSpeed’s stage after 6 months.

Dasilva this is the initial time LightSpeed has offered items for online organizations, however he likewise recommended those organizations could use the web as an approach to try things out before opening a physical location. And for organizations that do work a physical area or areas, the e-trade alternative could help them “to offer all over the place regardless of the fact that you don’t have retail locations all around.”

“Times to come, we see the retail and e-com as diverse deal channels for the same retailer, yet rather as different approaches to get the client,” Dasilva included.

The 80-man SEOshop team will be joining LightSpeed, bringing the company’s total strength to around 440 workers. SEOshop CEO Ruud Stelderis becomingLightSpeed’s chief of e-business income, while CTO Dennis Cuijpers is becoming its executive of e-trade advancement and agriculture.

LightSpeed acquired Belgium-based point-of-sale organization POSIOS a year ago, however Dasilva said this is the organization’s greatest procurement as such, and with it, LightSpeed now has 26,000 clients.

The monetary terms of the arrangement were not disclosed.SEOshop last raised a 1.1 million Euro round from Henq.


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