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E-commerce software firm XSellco is planning to hire 40 new staff by the end of 2017 taking its total headcount to over 80. The company said it is doubling its workforce in response to increasing demand for its e-commerce helpdesk and pricing products.XSellco was founded by Ray Nolan and launched its first products in 2014. The company is looking to hire software developers, sales and marketing professionals, and customer success experts.
XSellco says its software supports over $250m in transactions every month for over 3,000 customers in 60 countries. Through October 2016, XSellco software handled 6 million customer interactions, over 5 billion price changes, and sent over 2 million feedback requests. Customers include MicksGarage.com, Littlewoods, Suzuki, Superdry and Lloyds Pharmacy.
Chairman Ray Nolan commented: “Centralising transaction and support data from multiple sales channels in real time means we don’t just manage customer queries, we actively help to answer them. That’s great for small and large e-tail organisations saving many hours per user per week. Our recent investment in translation tools means we can make cross border multi-language trade possible for non-native speakers.”
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|No of jobs:||40|
|Job title:||software developers, sales and marketing professionals, and customer success experts.|
|Jobs take effect:||end of 2017|