eBay launches Enterprise Marketing suite

eBay launches Enterprise Marketing suite

Summary: eBay is starting to corral some of its subsidiaries under a more uniform umbrella.

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Just a day after posting a decent second quarter earnings report, eBay is rolling out its new plan for subsidiary GSI Commerce.

Last month, the online retail giant is refashioned GSI as eBay Enterprise. Now it is building upon that with a new organization dubbed eBay Enterprise Marketing Solutions (EEMS).

The suite of products and tools are intended to drive e-commerce marketing for enterprise customers and global brands.

This runs the gamut from support for CRM to targeting marketing campaigns around social, mobile and email.

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EEMS encompasses a number of existing agency services and marketing product offerings, including ClearSaleing, e-Dialog, FetchBack, M3 Mobile, MBS, PepperJam Exchange, Silverlign and True Action.

Steve Denton, vice president of marketing solutions, and Reuben Hendell, vice president of the marketing solutions and strategy team for eBay Enterprise, explained jointly in a blog post on Thursday this unified platform should connect eBay's own solutions "with universal attribution, analytics and business intelligence to drive superior ROI and transactions."

Another part of the plan is to unify all of these brands under a more cohesive umbrella with the familiar eBay brand name, but also a clearer purpose by tacking the word "enterprise" into the moniker.

Thus, it will form the third primary pillar of eBay's portfolio, alongside eBay Marketplaces and PayPal. (The latter seems to be strong enough to stand on its own without needing the force of the eBay brand name still.)

Image via The eBay Enterprise blog

Topics: E-Commerce, CXO, Mobility, Software, Enterprise 2.0

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