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Stash redefines what Social Shopping means. Items for sale on social networks isn’t a new concept, but it’s a pretty tedious process right now. Find out how Stash became the solution.
Ejiajia.co is an international real estate platform focusing on servicing Mainland Chinese property buyers. Unlike other real estate service platforms in the market, learn how different it is.
Excess Inventory Guru (EIG88) is a B2B marketplace for the sale of excess industrial inventory, parts, and machinery. Understand how they are helping everyone with a marketplace.
Eunoia’s vision is to be the core technology platform for the Asia Pacific Food & Beverages (F&B) industry. What is it aim for utilizing the next generation of technology?
Canalzon.com is a Latin American online retail marketplace. Based in Panama, Canalzon.com is setting firm plans to become the region’s leading eCommerce marketplace. How was it done?
Stash redefines what Social Shopping means. Items for sale on social networks isn’t a new concept, but it’s a pretty tedious process right now where buyers are usually re-directed to the advertiser’s website, need to find the item, add it their cart, and then go through the checkout process. Alternatively the emergence of ‘Buy Now’ buttons on social networks requires businesses/sellers to manage multiple stocking levels within each network. Neither option satisfied both the buyer and seller adequately. There had to be a better way where buyers could get what they want faster and easier, and for businesses/sellers, a better way to sell items directly to followers without risking them dropping-off after the first click. Stash fills a void and provides a much more immediate and satisfying experiences for both buyers and sellers.

The Arcadier’s patent pending technology enables Stash sellers to list items across mutlple social networks and manage the process from a single point. It’s a very efficient way to sell and enables the business/seller to get more out of their social network channels. For buyers, Stash enables items sold on a social network directly to be added into a shopping cart and bought. What’s more, items may be added from mutiple social neworks into the one cart! Yep, Stash enables buyers to aggregate items across multiple social networks. This makes the customer engagement between the buyer and seller
Ejiajia.co is an international real estate platform focusing on servicing Mainland Chinese property buyers. Unlike other real estate service platforms in the market, Ejiajia proudly differentiates itself in several key areas: Firstly, the quality of its listings for properties in high-demand cities and countries. Secondly, it provides a ‘white glove’ concierge service to assist Chinese buyers with jobs ranging from visa applications to price negotiations on the prospective property. Finally, on the seller side, Ejiajia also facilitates developer-roadshows that take new property developments in Asia to a high net-worth Chinese audience. Ejiajia.co helps to break down many barriers for Chinese property buyers in search of an overseas dream home or investment.

Ejiajia.co was an exciting but extremely challenging project for us! As an example of complexity, the technology solution had to cater for real-estate agents loading property details quickly into the system (quite often “on the go”), and in English. This seems easy enough, but then couple this with a need by Chinese buyers to view real–estate in local Mandarin. This meant information loaded into the system couldn’t use a machine-based translation. The solution had to present consumer-facing information as though a resident in China wrote it! Additionally, the ‘Chinese Firewall’ poised a problem for us too, especially with using features such as geo- location services. In the end our development team delivered a comprehensive solution to Ejiajia. co, including a mobile based agent application for easy information loading that led to a work flow for translation, a web-based mass loading capability for agencies to load large volumes of information, a WeChat mobile application for buyers to discover and share property information, and a China-hosted website for a truly local customer base. As for the geo-location problem... we solved that too, but that’s our secret.
Excess Inventory Guru (EIG88) is a B2B marketplace for the sale of excess industrial inventory, parts, and machinery. The idea for EIG came from a leader in the manufacturing sector that was looking to solve a problem of clearing excess inventory and machinery from his factories and warehouses. He knew that resources he considered as surplus would potentially be considered as ideal for another manufacturer. For our partner, there was a strong need for a marketplace to connect sellers of surplus, and buyers who were in search of specific items. EIG sought Arcadier to design and build the industrial marketplace using its technology.

Superficially, developing the EIG solution appeared to be a straightforward proposition. However, this was not the case as one of the fundamental challenges with a B2B marketplace is that users are employees who “shop” for products because they have to, and not because they want to. This behaviour ensured the user experience played a very key role in the solution design – the end result had to make the user’s work-life easier. Arcadier focused on this concept to create a solution that is market and user relevant. Key features of the solution included an ability for negotiation between buyers and sellers, multiple payment options (including bank transfers and the holding of funds in escrow), extensive product descriptions, multi-party notifications and so on. This project demonstrated the scalability of Arcadier’s technology to suit industry nuance.
Eunoia’s vision is to be the core technology platform for the Asia Pacific Food & Beverages (F&B) industry. Its aim is to use next generation technology to reduce operational friction for both front-of-house and back-of-house functions. Simply put, Eunioa wants to make ordering and payments painless for consumers, as well as improve efficiency for F&B outlet owners in their kitchen operations and supply chain management. Unlike many incumbent F&B technology, which looks to solve a particular part of the value chain, Eunoia’s ambition is to improve processes for the overall F&B ecosystem that ranges from fast-food services, clubs, restaurants, cafes and so on.

Improving the efficiency of food order management and maintaining a good level of customer service is a challenge for most F&B outlets. Before Eunoia got started, the Arcadier team was already developing a suite of mobile ordering and payment products to solve some of the productivity issues in the F&B industry. After tackling the problem for quite some time, our product and research team launched the Snnapp suite of Offline to Online products, which were built upon our core software technology. These offline to online products include: An order ahead mobile application, an in-dining ordering and payment web-based mobile experience, a service attendant mobile application, and a bar ordering web-based mobile experience with an open tab. All of these products were integrated with leading POS software too, which showed solutions built on Arcadier are easily integrated with third party systems.
Canalzon.com is a Latin American online retail marketplace. Based in Panama, Canalzon.com is setting firm plans to in become the region’s leading eCommerce marketplace. Launched in April 2015 with a Panama-first solution, it boasts more than 10,000 unique products from many leading retailers across numerous consumer categories, ranging from electronics, fashion to fitness equipment. Canalzon is now ready to grow and is poised to expand across the Latin American region.

Canalzon searched for quite some time to find a cost effective omni-channel marketplace provider, and eventually entrusted Arcadier to deliver the solution they wanted. For most organisations, delivering a sophisticated marketplace from Asia for a client in Latin America would prove to be too difficult. Although it was a difficult project, it also clearly proved the scalability of Arcadier’s technology and its capability in delivering solutions on the other side of the world. For Canalzon, Arcadier delivered a true omni channel marketplace solution: eCommerce, mobile consumer application, and a kiosk-purchasing application.