The company’s global digital products distribution network added more than 100 premium publishers and over thirty new online retailers
NANTERRE, France and SAN FRANCISCO, California (February 17, 2015) – Nexway is pleased to announce strong growth of its indirect digital PC and Android products distribution business in 2014. During the past year, Nexway further extended its catalog of digital products and grew its global network of digital goods retailers.
“Momentum for our indirect business accelerated in 2014. More and more publishers are recognizing the unique appeal of our global network of digital goods retailers. A growing number of retailers are choosing Nexway for the depth and breadth of our catalog and the technology leadership of our white-label commerce solutions”, says Gilles Ridel, Founder and CEO of Nexway.
Continued Growth of the Nexway Digital Catalog
During the year 2014, over 100 new premium publishers of PC software, PC video games and Android apps started trusting the Nexway Publisher Distribution solution for their global digital distribution needs. The Nexway Digital Catalog now counts 17,000 titles up from 15,000 a year prior.
- New PC publishers in the catalog include Acronis™, North Tree™, Humongous™, Daedalic Entertainment™, Devolver Digital™, Rebellion™, Surprise Attack™, Vivid Games™, and Crytek™.
- New Android developers include Bose Corporation™, AwoX™, Philips™, Advisen™, Thumbstar™, AMA™, Disney™, FGL™, and BulkyPix™.
Strong Momentum for Nexway Merchant Webstore Solutions
In 2014, over thirty new content portals and online retailers around the world adopted one of the Nexway Merchant Webstore e-commerce solutions to rapidly start selling digital PC software products and video games.
- Several customers including Micromania™ and SFR™ adopted the Nexway Shop-in-Shop solution – trusting Nexway to operate their digital goods store as a branded tab in their existing store or website.
- Momentum was especially strong for the Nexway Digital Catalog Web Service – which is popular with established e-commerce outlets wanting to rapidly start selling downloadable PC software products and video games within their existing online store. Some of the companies who adopted the “plug-and-sell” Nexway Digital Catalog Web Service in 2014 include global value added distributor Tech Data™; Brazilian download destination website Baixaki™; extra.com.br™, casasbahia.com.br™ and pontofrio.com.br™ – the three fast growing Brazilian e-commerce websites of international online retail leader Cnova™; GameBillet™ in the United Kingdom; Gamesload™ in Germany; Incomp™ and Nuuvem™ in Brazil; PlayCycle™ in the United Kingdom; GetGamesDirect™ in the United States; Xanatan Games™ in the United Kingdom and the United States; Bomi Teknoloji™ in Turkey; Au Fond à Gauche™ in France; GHH Commerce™ in the United Kingdom, Germany, France and the United States; GamesRepublic™ across the world; Gamesrocket™ in the United States and Brazil; Saraiva™ in Brazil; B2CExpress™ in Brazil and the United States; GameFanShop™ across Europe; Playspot™ in Brazil and the United States; and KetoMedia™ in Germany.
Rising Demand for the Nexway Appstore Solution
Nexway added several top-tier retail and OEM customers for its innovative Nexway Appstore alternative app marketplace solution. Nexway also continued the global rollout of its innovative Kurio™ white label app store for children.
Nexway (www.nexway.com) is a leading provider of full-service e-commerce solutions for publishers and online retailers of digital PC software products, PC video games and Android apps. The company’s white label online stores, in-app stores and app stores boost revenue of digital software products, video games, and apps with purchase, freemium, trial, subscription and item sale revenue models. Nexway is based in Nanterre, France and has subsidiaries in the USA, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Spain, Luxemburg, Morocco, Poland, and Japan. Leading companies who rely on Nexway include retailers Orange™, Yahoo! Japan™, Kurio™, Softwareload™, Best Buy™, Pão de Açúcar™, and Amazon™; and publishers Kaspersky Lab™, IMSI®/Design, Adobe™, SEGA™, Electronic Arts™, ESET™, Disney™, and AVAST Software™.