Neiman Marcus moves to global ecommerce

Retail Editor 1, November 6, 2012

Dallas - Neiman Marcus is expanding its ecommerce business to more than 100 countries in partnership with FiftyOne Global Ecommerce, the platform company that also boosted Macy's and the Williams-Sonoma Inc. nameplates into international online sales.
To kick-off the initiative, Neiman Marcus is offering flat rate shipping on all international purchases between now and Dec. 10. The FiftyOne platform allows international customers shopping to complete online purchases using local currency and payment method of choice.
"Neiman Marcus has stature as a global fashion authority and our partnership with FiftyOne enables us to readily serve our international customers," said John Koryl, president, Neiman Marcus Direct.
FiftyOne currently reaches 2 billion online consumers in more than 100 countries worldwide. The currency support includes accepted payments in more than 60 currencies and guaranteed exchange rates for the entire order lifecycle.

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