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ECNext Adds Multi-Currency Support To E-Commerce Platform

Monday 5 April 2004 16:25 CET | News

ECNext has teamed with E4X, the provider of online multi-currency services. By incorporating E4Xs solution in its Web commerce platform, ECNext can provide clients with a multi-currency e-commerce service which will enable them to sell in local currencies without currency risks. ECNext clients can now offer customers the option to pay in local currencies including the euro, British sterling pound, Canadian dollar, Australian dollar, Japanese yen, Swiss franc, Hong Kong dollar and others. They can view their exact and final purchase prices on-screen in these local currencies, and the company will continue to settle and conduct business in dollars. E4X guarantees the purchase prices and exchange rates to both ECNext clients and their customers, so neither is exposed to currency rate fluctuations. ECNext provides hosted e-commerce solutions with the complete range of services and technology needed for building, managing and growing a successful online business. ECNext clients are leading market research firms, financial analysts and business publishers who create and sell high-value business research and data. With ECNexts solution, these clients expand their customer base by cross-selling and up-selling new Web customers. The new E4X multi-currency ecommerce service is a valuable tool for attracting new international markets. ECNext-powered commerce sites enable companies to expand their businesses by selling directly to that rapidly growing number of users who rely on web searches for critical business information needs. Web buyers are frequently project-driven and deadline-driven, and thus are highly motivated to purchase resources that meet their needs. The ECNext solution ensures that self-service buyers searching the Web will quickly find and can immediately access and purchase our clients information products. Currency conversion risks will not be an issue.

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