Feyverly is doubling down on e-commerce growth in 2021

Feyverly is doubling down on e-commerce growth in 2021

The leading digital CRM Privilege & E-Commerce solutions provider is ready to power brands in their eCommerce growth with local and cross border solutions.

Bangkok, Thailand: Feyverly, a  leading digital CRM  Privilege & E-Commerce solutions provider, aims to raise the standard and potential of digital solutions and E-Commerce development in Thailand. The company's main goal is to help Thai brands take their businesses to an international level through digital means. As the market competitive landscape changes, Feyverly is looking forward to becoming a key contributor to help Thai brands grow in the online digital market by growing its product and services provided.

Vorawee Maitrawattana, Chief Executive Officer of Feyverly, said “Feyverly was founded in 2013 and today we are working with over hundreds of brands and suppliers from SMEs to large corporations, providing both our digital solutions and Alibaba.com. 

Our core services include providing Digital Marketing Services, developing Customer Relationship Management Systems, and designing and creating Customer Privilege Management or Reward Program, with the latest addition of providing e-Commerce enablement services.”

Alibaba.com Authorised Global Partner 

Since 2019, Feyverly has been appointed by Alibaba.com as their  Authorized Global Partner in Thailand. Working together with Alibaba.com, the leading Business to Business (B2B) e-commerce platform, Feyverly hopes to strengthen the position of Thai brands  and enable their growth with Alibaba.com. “We aim to help Thai businesses, from SMEs to large corporations, confidently trade globally while avoiding high capital outlay. For cross border B2B eCommerce brands are able to meet business buyers globally 24/7, anytime, anywhere through Alibaba.com.” said Vorawee

In 2020, Feyverly was additionally awarded the  Authorized Service Partner status, allowing Feyverly to provide both sales and aftersales services, becoming a one stop service partner for Alibaba.com and their suppliers in Thailand. The award is also an affirmation of Feyverly’s high service level standards towards its Alibaba.com suppliers. This credential further strengthens the partnership between Alibaba.com and Feyverly.

Since 2020, Thailand's digital landscape is fast moving, and Thailand's internet users surged in the same year. Continuing into 2021,the growth in technology adoption will impact users and consumers behaviours, accelerating the speed of digital transformation for businesses. eCommerce has also seen the growth of users as an increasing number of merchants and brands are seeking growth opportunities online during these challenging times.

Feyverly,has made its mission to increase export opportunities for Thai brands and SMEs through providing access to Alibaba.com, a global platform as well as through local marketplace platforms. Feyverly strives to successfully enable brands and grow through eCommerce and has gained both leading enterprises and small businesses' trust with success cases to share.

The impact of COVID-19 accelerated the necessity of digital transformation on all business fronts. We can see that many businesses have started to adopt online sales platforms and that there is a lack of operational support and know-how.

Feyverly, as a digital solutions provider and Alibaba.com Authorised Global and Service Partner, we believe that we’re very well equipped and situated to provide the strategies, business support, operational knowledge and technical support to work with our clients and brands to achieve their business needs. Feyverly prides itself on being a solutions provider that focuses on enabling growth through digital & E-Commerce solutions that are designed and developed to meet the needs of each client. Feyverly’s eCommerce team is committed to cultivating clients’ success and takes great emphasis in designing its clients success roadmap. Some of our successful clients have seen as much as 300% ecommerce growth during this period.” said Vorawee. 

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