Businesses around the world are now able to offer the same online shopping service as the likes of Amazon, eBay and even Apple, but they can only offer it to customers who live in their home country.
RocketCommerce has unveiled a new Commerce Power, Commerce Ga, which enables them to offer products from anywhere, whether it’s in the United States, the UK or China.
It is the same technology used by Amazon, which now offers more than 80 countries, and it’s the same product that RocketCommerce used to sell, but now it’s just RocketCommerce.
This new Commerce power, RocketCommerce Ga, is aimed at bringing commerce to the entire world.
Rocket Commerce CEO Jules Ewald told Business Insider that this new Commerce Ga is a combination of existing Commerce Power technology and new technology that Rocket Commerce has built.
Rocket is a startup that sells e-commerce products through the Rocket marketplace.
Rocketcommerce is the only company in the world to have the capability to deliver e-shopping to anyone, anywhere in the globe.
Rocket and Rocket Commerce are working together to create the Commerce Power for the entire globe, Ewald said.
Rocket said it has been working with Rocket Commerce for a number of years to improve its commerce offering.
“We have seen RocketCommerce gain a lot of traction with its marketplace and customer service,” Ewald explained.
Rocket’s Commerce Ga technology will be a great fit for Rocket’s e-marketplace, Evelink said.
It allows Rocket to focus on building the best possible experience for Rocket customers.
“RocketCommerce is not just about selling products to customers, but also giving them the opportunity to be a part of the Rocket community,” Evelinks new chief marketing officer, Mark Calkins, said in a statement.
Rocket customers will be able to sign up for the Commerce Ga with their Rocket account, and Rocket will automatically charge Rocket for each customer that is a member of Rocket.
Rocket will also sell the Commerce ga in-app, which means Rocket customers can sign up and start using Rocket’s commerce platform.
Rocket announced last week that it had signed a deal with Alibaba, an e-retail giant with a market value of $6.3 billion, to provide Rocket with a marketplace for e-shop customers.
Rocket has been using Alibaba’s ecommerce platform since 2015 and now Rocket has signed a major deal with the Chinese company to allow Rocket to offer its commerce platform in-store, Ebellini added.
Rocket wants to build a community of Rocket customers in the China market.
Rocket had its initial customer base in China, but it wants to expand its reach in the entire region, Ebelin said.
“If we are going to have a thriving marketplace, we have to expand into every part of China,” Ebellin said in an interview.
Rocket launched in January 2018 and was the fastest growing e-tailer in the US market at the time, according to the e-sport website Sportscharts.com.
Rocket sold more than $2 billion in merchandise in 2018, according, and according to Ebellinis sales team, it will soon reach nearly $3 billion.
Ebellins team believes that Rocket has a solid foothold in China and that Rocket can help bring its e-trade platform to China, which will help Rocket reach a larger customer base.
Rocket already has more than 100 million registered users in China.
“In the first two quarters of 2019, Rocket shipped more than 20 million orders with over 100,000 customers in China,” Rocket CEO Mark Cabbin said at the launch event.
“These customers are buying Rocket’s in-stock items, and the Rocket Marketplace is a place where they can shop for everything from apparel and shoes to cosmetics and accessories,” Cabbins team said.
Ebelini added that Rocket is already seeing interest in its commerce marketplace from more than 30,000 international e-stores.
Rocket plans to open its commerce portal to the rest of the world in the second half of 2020.
Rocket started with $100 million in seed funding from investors like Draper Fisher Jurvetson, the Draper Fisher family and former Goldman Sachs executive and entrepreneur, Chris Dixon.
Rocket was founded in 2018 by Ebelins family, which also owns a company called Rocket.com and Rocket.ai.
Evelinks family, who has previously worked on the launch of the PayPal and Dropbox businesses, was also on the Rocket team.
Rocket made the first payments on the company in September 2018.
Rocket CEO Jussi Kivinen told the Wall Street Journal in February that the company will raise more than half a billion dollars.
The Rocket team has raised more than two billion dollars in venture capital funding, including more than 500 million in Series B funding from Sequoia Capital, Kleiner Perkins, and Draper Fisher, and more than a billion in Series A funding from Accel Partners, Founders Fund, and others.
Rocket raised $1.5 billion in