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Free e-Shops offered

Singapore, 08 Dec 1999 - oneCommerce Networks has officially launched its free electronic transaction package. This package allows any merchants to take advantage in the growing e-business trend.
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Singapore, 08 Dec 1999 - oneCommerce Networks has officially launched its free electronic transaction package. This package allows any merchants to take advantage in the growing e-business trend.

Eddie C.K.Teo, managing consultant of oneCommerce commented, "Our offer of e-Shops covers practically all aspects of assisting a merchant going online. From pre-setup consultation to the actual Internet launch of the e-Shop, not to mention the free hosting and maintenance services, we cover all the concerns of a merchant who wishes to move to internet business."

The service does not advertise on any of their partner's e-Shops, but draws its income as commissions from the online sales made by their partners.

There had been seven hundred applicants from all over the world for this service ever since July 1999 and is expected to exceed ten thousand by the end of year 2000. Negotiations and "co-branding" exercises are on-going with companies all over the world.

With the launch of this service, oneCommerce Network hopes to remove the deterrants of e-business, namely costs, technical knowledge, time and merchant accounts, hence promoting the growing trend in business over IP.

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