iMALL Debuts Stuff.com Search Engine

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E-commerce services provider iMALL, Santa Monica, CA, is expanding its services by launching a shopping portal and product-level search engine. Stuff.com (www.stuff.com) is designed to help consumers locate products as well as aid small- to medium-sized merchants who want to sell their products online.


Product searches can be narrowed a number of ways, including keyword product category, price, merchant location, model number and manufacturer brand. A merchant's products can be listed and loaded through Stuff.com's load wizard.


In other news, iMALL and First Data Merchant Services, Melville, NY, announced they will provide e-commerce solutions for FDMS' clients and its 2 million merchants. Through the 10-year agreement, the companies will jointly market turnkey solutions providing such services as storefront design and building, site hosting, payment-enabling e-commerce functionality and online merchant application processing.


The solutions will be aimed at helping businesses that are looking to promote and build awareness through online channels and businesses looking to conduct commerce with secure payment processing capabilities.
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