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NetSuite Buys Venda

NetSuite Inc. (N) said Thursday that it has bought London-based Venda, a provider of ecommerce solutions, for an undisclosed amount.

NetSuite said its acquisition of Venda builds on the momentum of NetSuite SuiteCommerce globally and supports its business expansion into the European market.

Venda's platform serves some of the world's leading brands including Tesco F&F Clothing, boohoo.com, Laura Ashley, Little Tikes, TK Maxx and Arsenal Football Club. The combination of NetSuite and Venda will deliver unprecedented capabilities that businesses need to meet the demands to deliver a seamless, omnichannel commerce experience to consumers and businesses.

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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