iMall Adds 600 Catalog Companies

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Stuff.com, the product-based search engine developed by iMall, Inc., Santa Monica, CA, announced an agreement yesterday with Catalog City to add more than 600 catalog companies to its Internet shopping portal.


Stuff.com said the agreement will expand the site's total list to more than 1,700 companies.


"iMall will be adding product breadth and generating incremental revenues for Stuff.com," said Dan Odette, Stuff.com senior vice president of marketing.


iMall Inc. provides fully integrated e-commerce solutions to businesses, including full capabilities to process orders from customers online via iMall's proprietary secure payment system. iMall's shopping portals are located at www.stuff.com and www.imall.com.
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