Nevolution, one of the top white-label eCommerce platform providers for digital distribution, recently entered into an official partnership with Asus. The partnership will see Nevolution power the Asus Vibe Fun Center, which includes overseeing merchant processing for digital products, and bolstering the roster of digital content provided through the distribution platform with premium content from its publisher partners.
The Asus Vibe Fun Center will launch before the end of the month on all Windows-based Asus devices, including laptops and desktops.
Nevolution launched their first proprietary technology platform, Avenue, in 2009 and has since then become a technology partner for a number of top global brands; the company was even selected to power the Windows PC app store in 2011. As a result of its extensive experience, Nevolution is able to offer its partners worthwhile features such as fully customizable storefronts, a robust CMS for developers and publishers, and localized merchant processing for all digital products.
"We are excited to have been selected by ASUS as an official technology and content partner for the @vibe platform," said Matthew Smith, founder and CEO of Nevolution, in a statement. "With their cutting-edge product strategy, proven by double-digit growth, ASUS has become the beacon for the future of consumer computing. Through robust integrations, we are delivering some of the best apps, games, and software directly to ASUS users, while creating exciting new sales and marketing opportunities for software publishers."
Through this new partnership, Asus will leverage the extensive Nevolution digital distribution platform to access a wide range of products and content, incorporating over 1,000 premium games, software and apps into the @vibe content platform.
The Taiwan-based hardware giant also recently partnered with Leap Motion and will bundle the motion control company’s Leap Motion controller with select new computers going forward. Specifically, Asus will bundle these 3D motion controllers with high-end notebooks and premium all-in-one PCs later this year.
Edited by Brooke Neuman