Yahoo Adds One More Startup At Shopping Cart

Yahoo Adds One More Startup At Shopping Cart

E-commerce companies Lexity announced on Wednesday that it had been acquired by the giant technology company, Yahoo, as reported by CNET (31/07/2013). Lexity built four years ago by a former director of product management for Yahoo, Amit kumar. The startup called himself a " One-stop-shop of e-commerce services ".

Lexity all products, services and initiatives will make the transition smoothly and get better, faster and stronger.Lexity appears with the App Store and has a marketing application that aims to encourage the sale of outlets.

Lexity has tens of thousands of customers in 114 countries around the world. From the announcement on his blog, all applications including applications flagship Lexity Lexity Live , will continue to run and will put more resources to build these applications better.

"Lexity will also continue to support the outlets of all e-commerce platform, like BigCommerce, Magento, Shopify," said Amit Kumar. We will also continue to support and enhance the shopping centers. "

The last few months Yahoo has also acquired a lot of startup. Tumblr became the most talked about sites, the acquisition value of U.S. $ 1.1 billion in May, including news reading app Summly, service tele-conferencingRondee, GhostBird iOS camera apps, apps storytelling Qwiki, and e-mail address book startup Xobni.

But until now, it is unclear how much Yahoo paid for Lexity.