Here are the ecommerce headlines you should know for today.

1. Tmall integrates flash sales site to make it easier for merchants

Juhuasuan, Alibaba Group’s flash-sales marketplace, is being integrated with, the company’s flagship B2C shopping site, in a business reorganization aimed at making it easier for merchants to transition to digital retailing.

Formed in 2010 as an independent Alibaba business similar to U.S.-based Groupon, Juhuasuan has over the last six years evolved into a marketing platform for flash sales and daily deals used by merchants with virtual storefronts on Tmall and Taobao Marketplace, Alibaba’s giant C2C site.

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2. New technologies to enable greater supply chain efficiencies in Singapore

Singapore is set to enjoy greater supply chain efficiencies in near future, thanks to the Urban Logistics technology roadmap for 2020 that was unveiled by the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) on 28 November 2016.

The Urban Logistics programme is dedicated to analysing challenges in the logistics sector, identify technologies that can significantly improve Singapore’s supply chain processes, and improve efficiencies.

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3. Indonesia’s KinerjaPay announces the launch of KinerjaMall as it expands its ecommerce platform

KinerjaPay has a particular focus on the middle- and low-income markets, which management believes represent a largely untapped opportunity. To that end, management has developed a targeted launch strategy for KinerjaMall, including a focus on everyday needs and premium locally produced items and a manageable inventory featuring around 150,000 unique products by a few thousand merchants.

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