The leading e-commerce company Rakuten Inc. announced the completion of acquisition of the world’s most intelligent autofill service platform Fillr. The autofill platform Fillr grows shopper conversion rates by simplifying registration and checkout processes.
Based in Melbourne, Australia, Fillr powers tens of millions of transactions monthly for the world’s top e-commerce, fintech and ‘buy now, pay later apps.
Fillr’s platform also makes it simple to enroll in buy now, pay later payment services by auto-populating virtual credit cards issued by buy now, pay later providers at checkout.
The major acquisitions and deals by Rakuten are featured below:
Nov 2020: The leading equity investment company KKR & Co. Inc. and e commerce firm Rakuten, Inc., announced to purchase a majority stake in Seiyu GK, from global retail company Walmart Inc for approximately $1.6 billion. The deal helps in digital transformation of Japanese Retail.
May 2020: Rakuten, Inc., announced that it plans to acquire Virginia based Innoeye, an engineering technology solutions company. Innoeye will be acquired by Rakuten Mobile, Inc., a group company of Rakuten, Inc. Rakuten Mobile has already deployed Innoeyes converged OSS, an end-to-end platform process automation solution, to support the 4G/5G cloud platform for its network launch in Japan.
March 2020, Rakuten and Vodafone have become the lead investors in a venture to extend mobile coverage to more people and devices across the planet, using the first mobile broadband network that will be broadcast from space.
August 2019, Rakuten, Inc. announced to open two new logistics centers for Rakuten Super Logistics, the comprehensive logistics service operated by Rakuten.
Rakuten, Inc., headquartered in Setagaya City, Tokyo, Japan, is one of the leading ecommerce company. The company has third largest ecommerce marketplace globally. The company offers a range of services in e-commerce, fintech, digital content and communications to many users all over the world.