November 3rd, 2016
AltViz brings machine learning to professional eBay sellers with launch of new listing optimisation app
AltViz, a London-based machine learning startup, are pleased to announce the launch of ListSmart, a listing optimisation app for eBay sellers.
ListSmart uses natural language processing and machine learning to provide optimisation recommendations to professional eBay businesses. These recommendations are designed to improve sellers’ search visibility, page views and listing conversions on eBay to compete with the category’s top sellers.
ListSmart has been in development for over 2 years, 12 months of which has been spent working with a selection of different eBay sellers to perfect the app prior to launch. The result is an advanced learning system that provides unique and actionable recommendations, which are delivered through the app and are unique to ListSmart.
The app will initially be available to professional sellers in the UK with plans for expansion to Germany and the rest of Europe in 2017.
AltViz co-founder Richie Barter said: "ListSmart is an exciting addition to the eBay eco-system. Given eBay's increased focus on structured data within the platform, ListSmart is a timely addition to the toolkit of every competitive eBay Seller. We have been very encouraged by the enthusiastic adoption rate during our recent beta phase and we look forward to sellers getting started with ListSmart ahead of the busy Christmas rush."
" eBay believe in building and supporting a strong partner eco-system and we are delighted to see ListSmart is now available to the entire eBay professional seller community in the UK following 2 years of development "
- Dieter Newell, Senior Director UK Seller Growth at eBay
AltViz is a machine learning and algorithm development company based in London. Founded by Richie Barter and James Billot in 2013, the team specialises in building machine learning and data science products for enterprise customers.
AltViz is also a member of the Mayor of London’s International Business Programme for high potential scale-ups.