E-commerce giant Amazon on Friday said that 50 million customers are now using its Amazon Pay UPI services. According to the company, customers are using the Amazon app to pay…
The company said Wednesday that it plans to hire 55,000 people around the world, with about 40,000 of those roles in the US. Its Chief Executive Andy Jassy said Amazon.com…
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Amazon India has announced the launch of STEP, which is a performance-based benefits program designed to help the 7 Lakh sellers trading on the the Amazon.in platform. STEP will launch on the 1st of December, 2020 and will be accessible to all sellers. STEP will help simplify the seller experience by providing customized and actionable recommendations to the sellers to improve customer experience. STEP will provide multiple benefits like fee waivers, faster disbursement cycles, priority seller support and free account management. STEP will also provide a Dashboard on Seller Central to help sellers track their performance, benefits and growth.
Data consumption has seen a rise of over 38% during these COVID times and to effectively counter this demand, Amazon.com and A100 Row have jointly pumped in Rs 150 Crores into Amazon Data Services India. Amazon had launched a Mumbai based data center back in 2016.
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Under Project Udaan, Amazon has appointed offline associates across retail points like kirana stores, medical stores and mobile shopping outlets
Amazon India in a filing with the Registrar of Companies, registered a loss of Rs 1,724 crore in the year ended March 2015. The company had a net loss of Rs 321 crore last year. The US based e-retailer’s sales increased six fold that is upto Rs 1,022 crore in 2014-15 from Rs 169 crore a year earlier.
Kindle Unlimited is a subscription service that allows customers to freely read as much as they want from over one million Kindle books for a monthly fee of 199. You can freely read books across genres of literature, fiction, health, productivity, business and economics, biographies, children books.
Amazon is offering free unlimited Wi-Fi hotspots in 3 major cities across Bus Shelters in India to introduce new customers to the Internet and its online shopping portal. The hotspots are available in Pune, Hyderabad and Chennai until the 3rd of August and will not block any content, including Amazon’s closest competitors in India, Flipkart and Snapdeal.
Amazon has partnered with SBI to target next generation of customers and small businesses. The strategic partnership is aimed at revolutionizing the way India shops and sells. The partnership will help to develop frictionless payments, commerce solutions for customers and small businesses and building customer trust.
The Sunday delivery service will be available without any additional charges and the customers can receive the deliveries as on a regular day. While placing the order, customers can select an address marked as “Home” and see Sunday delivery promises during checkout.
Godrej Nature’s Basket tied up with Amazon India to provide the customers across India a convenient and easy access to a wide and unique selection of gourmet products.
Through the service, Amazon India will take on BigBasket and other hyper-local delivery services such as Grofers.
There surely is a neck to neck fight between Snapdeal and Flipkart.