InfoSpace.com Inc. said that Multiple Zones International Inc. and Wireless Dimension have signed agreements to become e-commerce partners.
The two merchants will integrate their products and services into the InfoSpace.com syndicated network. Financial arrangements were not disclosed.
InfoSpace.com provides private label content solutions to more than 1,500 Web sites, including America Online, Netscape’s Netcenter, The Microsoft Network and Dow Jones’ Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition.
The company has been expanding its service and private label outsourcing solutions into the e-commerce arena.
Multiple Zones International is a computer hardware retailer.
“This is a significant enhancement to the already successful e-commerce part of our business,” said Phil Lalji, CEO of Multiple Zones. “A single relationship with InfoSpace.com allows us to reach millions of users from InfoSpace.com’s syndicated network. . .”
Wireless Dimension is an online shopping service for wireless consumers, who can research and compare side-by-side virtually all available wireless phones and services in their market
“Wireless Dimension’s one-of-a-kind wireless shopping service will reach millions of wireless consumers conducting local searches in Infospace.com’s directory services,” said Court Lorenzini, co-founder and CEO of Wireless Dimension’s parent company Nth Dimension Corp. “Our relationship with Infospace.com allows Wireless Dimension to further its goal of providing the greatest number of people with the wireless products and services that best meet their individual needs.”
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