BigCommerce Partners with Marketplacer

The BigCommerce’s and Marketplacer’s connected model allows customers to expand without boundaries, turning suppliers into sellers and adding hundreds or thousands of new products.

BigCommerce, an open SaaS ecommerce platform for fast-growing and established B2C and B2B brands, and Marketplacer, a technology platform that enables brands, retailers, suppliers, communities and innovators to build and grow successful online marketplaces at scale, announced a strategic partnership.

Jason Wyatt, CEO and co-founder at Marketplacer, said, “We’ve been watching the impressive trajectory and evolution of BigCommerce for a long time, and we’re very excited about this new relationship and the impact it will have on our shared customers. The powerful combination of Marketplacer and BigCommerce allows customers to access a modern full-stack solution for their ecommerce platform.”

Phil Read, chief operating officer at The DOM, said, “We are thrilled with the launch of our new BigCommerce front-end, the first to be connected to Marketplacer. Our experience working with Web Force 5 as our development partner has been exceptional. The team displayed a remarkable level of collaboration, transparency, and attention to detail, surpassing our expectations. Despite tight timelines, the project was managed with clear communication and a true sense of partnership.”

Shannon Ingrey, vice president and general manager of APAC at BigCommerce, said, “At BigCommerce, our core focus is providing our customers access to the best tools and services they need to innovate and succeed – and that includes industry-leading solutions from partners like Marketplacer and Web Force 5. Our collaboration to provide The DOM with the exact integrations needed to reach customers, grow sales and customize the shopping experience has been a tremendous example of what a North Star partnership should be when putting the customer first.”

The BigCommerce Marketplacer connected model allows customers to expand without boundaries – turning suppliers into sellers and adding hundreds or thousands of new products to the site without the burden of managing inventory and warehousing requirements or disrupting shopping or delivery experiences.