ePages launches epages.cloud partner portal

As a .cloud Pioneer, ePages leverages one of the world’s first .cloud web identities

ePages, a leading international provider of online , shop software, today launched a new partner portal – www.epages.cloud – as a new primary touchpoint and content hub for its global network of resellers.  As one of the very first companies to pioneer a .cloud domain name, ePages makes proud reference to the role that cloud technology delivers in enabling powerful e-commerce software for the SMB market. 

The epages.cloud partner portal is a resource designed to provide guidance and inspiration to new and existing partners on the topic of enabling and selling value-added e-commerce solutions.  ePages provides a range of materials that showcase its value proposition and role within the global SaaS ecosystem.  Visitors to the website can learn how easy and efficiently they can add ecommerce to their existing reseller offerings. 

ePages’ sales partners are leading hosting providers as well as ERP, logistics, telecommunications, and online listings companies.  In developing its award-winning software, ePages collaborates with more than 80 technology partners such as online marketplaces, comparison shopping websites, payment providers and trust seal vendors. 

Wilfried Beeck, CEO ePages, comments, “The epages.cloud website is an ideal resource for any provider, reseller or developer wishing to benefit from the selling of e-commerce to the SMB and web professional markets.  With more than 20 years in the commerce tech sector, we are a trusted expert to the service provider space”.

Integral to ePages’ identity and value to the industry is its roots as an established cloud-based software provider.  Beeck continues, “ePages is a fitting pioneer for the .cloud domain.  It comprises the perfect online identity to signify our mission to deliver best in breed e-commerce cloud services.  ePages software enables online retailers to fully benefit from the power and efficiencies of the cloud every day”.

[quote_box_center]Francesco Cetraro, Head of Registry Operations at .cloud comments: “We are proud that ePages is among the first Pioneers to communicate their proposition with a .cloud web identity. Trusted by over 140,000 online merchants worldwide, the company is a fine exemplar for how cloud-based technology can deliver excellent online services.  epages.cloud is a great way for the brand to position itself to the service provider space, and we look forward to sharing in their future successes”.[/quote_box_center]

In the upcoming months, the epages.cloud website will grow with more content from existing partners and suppliers, and outline ePages’ 2016 plans for industry events and community initiatives.  As ePages’ own international footprint continues to grow, the portal content will likely reflect the inceasingly global nature of the SaaS sector.

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