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Caerus AG, the owner of Dating Factory has acquired Datech Ltd., better known for its private label platform World Dating Partners.
Dating Factory will also improve operations of World dating Partners using its own advanced technology and management experience as well as provide local presence and account managers for all affiliates of both companies in USA, UK, Switzerland, Italy, Czech Republic, Germany, France, Sweden, Spain, Brazil and Japan.
To conclude Fathers commented “this first acquisition makes a lot of sense as it brings us a good way forward in consolidating a truly global offering in the white label dating field, and the benefits over and above from the saving from synergies are obvious, for example, among many, a much larger database for cross-selling opportunities, and a wider variety of sites to promote for our partners”.
On the whole, when you look at the amount of money it costs to set up customer service and deal with keeping a site cutting edge, the white label dating services generally offer a great alternative to software.
Your main concerns are in getting the best % cut possible, both on initial orders, recurring orders and renewals. Some services will pay you on renewals, but not reorders, or may pay you a lower cut of reorders, or not be very effective at tracking orders. They will probably quit their membership after three months of paying dues.
The two companies will continue to be operated separately, however many synergies exist, allowing for better efficiency and improved services for its partners and members.“The companies will be operated under the principle of two companies, one team” says Tanya Fathers, CEO of both companies.
“Both platforms have unique features and USP’s, so it makes sense to keep them separate, however there are many back office functions such as management, customer support and software development among many others that can be combined.
Lawrence Joseph Ellison (born August 17, 1944) is an American businessman, entrepreneur, and philanthropist who is co-founder of Oracle Corporation and was CEO from its founding until September 2014.People who have been married for three years, people who have moved onto other dating sites... If you have it in your mind that you want to eventually start your own service, you should negotiate with them up front about the terms for eventually pulling a copy of the profiles of the members you generate into the network, away for yourself.They will allow you to take a copy, so you'll have live profiles, but they won't let you take their profile, and their membership income.Well, it's a nice shop, but what's on your shelves. They look at your shelves and see the profiles are covered in cobwebs. They might stick around, and they might even spend one months membership, but in general, they will run quickly once they find your site has no responsive people on it.They can IM, they can select and gather prospective matches and do a compatibility test... The people you have on your shelves are unresponsive because you stocked your shop with old stock. Consequently, the person who just walked into your shop is not impressed. I recommend starting with a white label dating service.