Digibid Teams With Ebay
Sandy Hook, CT - Mar 15, 2002 - Digibid (www.digibid.com), an Internet-based auction company, has teamed with Ebay to create the online Pro Outlet Center for entertainment technology equipment. The agreement will enable manufacturers, dealers and distributors of products to use Digibid's platform to reach Ebay's 42 million registered users in a highly visible yet cost-effective and efficient manner.
Digibid was developed to manage the auction sales operations for retailers and equipment manufacturers as well as large end-users that want to liquidate new, used, overstock, B-stock, returns and other merchandise. Digibid previously signed a software agreement with Ebay and announced that Digibid would integrate its auction management software platform on Ebay's trading platform.
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