Integrated commerce solution provider Iksula has acquired \u00a0US-based Blisstering Solutions, a software development company.\r\n\r\nCommenting on the development, Iksula\u2019s co-founder & CEO Samarjeet Singh\u00a0said, \u201cBlisstering is a great fit for Iksula. It is our vision to be the leaders in retail, media, governance and non-profit verticals providing world-class consulting, technology and operations solutions. With its deep technological expertise, exceptional talent, and experience with media and governance verticals, Blisstering will help us achieve it.\u201d\r\n\r\nFounded in 2007, San Francisco-headquartered Blisstering Solutions specialises in multi-channel solutions integrating mobile, web, voice, SMS and social media into a single platform. These solutions can be for custom or multi-tenant SaaS product development, or for internal projects. Their clients include Sony, Netgear and Silicon Valley startups.\r\n\r\nBlisstering carries over 350,000 hours of software engineering experience and over 40 software engineers.\r\n\r\nSunit Gala, CEO, Blisstering Solutions said, \u201cOur talent pool combined with Iksula\u2019s global reach helps us reach a scale that would have taken more time to achieve independently. This acquisition brings together joint experience and expertise on one table. Our clients will be the biggest benefactors.\u201d\r\n\r\nWith this acquisition Iksula aims at combining its ecommerce solutions with a range of other software-based solutions provided by Blisstering, strengthening its hold over the worldwide market of retail and end to end services.\r\n\r\nAccording to its website, Iksula claims to provide commerce solutions to over a dozen billion dollar companies. Iksula\u2019s technology helps increase its user company\u2019s supply chain efficiency and retail operations. The company also provides end to end retail solutions. Its client base includes brands like Big Bazaar, E-bay, Snapdeal, Amazon, Adlabs and Tesco among others. It currently has two delivery centers in India in Mumbai and Indore.\r\n\r\nEarlier in July 2016, Bangalore-based ecommerce startup 10i Commerce Services had raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani. \u00a010i Commerce Services provides technology, logistics, sophistication and supply to traditional small retailers in India.