Auctiva is an eBay auction management system. It was founded in 1998. One of the original members of the eBay Developer Council, Auctiva has provided sellers and merchants with tools designed to help increase their sales volume on eBay. Jeff Schlicht, who founded Auctiva, wrote a program to automate the task of placing listings on eBay. After giving the software to friends and family who enjoyed the convenience it provided, he formed Auctiva, which is used by individuals and businesses attempting to conduct e-commerce through eBay.
The Auctiva home page
Type of site
|eBay auction management system|
|Products||Auctiva, Sellathon, KickItBack, Auctiva Commerce, Auction Sentry, AuctionSniper.com|
Auctiva offers both free and fee-based services, including: free image hosting, auction gallery, auto-relisting, billing support, automatic seller-to-buyer e-mails, free picture uploads, scheduled listings, listing designer, supersizing pictures, and consignment support.
In 2014, Auctiva participated in the development of a new e-Commerce platform with Alibaba called 11 Main.
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