New York magazine is reporting that Ceva, the Israeli e-commerce company, is planning to make a new ecommerce platform for Israeli merchants.
The platform will offer ecommerce sellers a new platform to convert sales from PayPal, Amazon, eBay, and other e-tailers.
The new platform will be called Ceva-Commerce and will launch in the second half of 2019.
Ceva also plans to sell its platform to merchants that will also offer e-shop conversion services.
The news comes after the Israeli company’s e-retailer launched a new website for its merchants, Ceva.im, that is part of a broader plan to launch new e-shops that allow Israeli merchants to sell their wares through online platforms.
The company launched its online platform in June and is working on a new mobile platform that will allow Israeli sellers to sell directly to customers via a mobile app.
Cevas platform allows Israeli sellers, e-tippers, and e-bay sellers to work together on an ecommerce transaction.
Cva also offers services to its e-tsy sellers that allow them to sell on e-stores, including its PayPal- and Amazon-based sellers.
But this new platform is intended to offer merchants a way to work directly with their customers.
It will be Ceva’s first foray into the ecommerce space, but the company has a strong history in the field.
Cava launched its first e-finance platform in 2015, and in 2017 it also launched a mobile ecommerce app.
Its online platform was acquired by Paypal, and it also had an e-Bay-based ecommerce site.