While technology keeps evolving at a rapid pace, the internet has undoubtedly become one of the most integral pillars of today’s global economy. Inevitably enough, eCommerce is also growing at an unprecedented rate, thus allowing brand new, innovative online payment methods to emerge and establish themselves.
Research indicates that the percentage of consumers who choose online shopping over physical stores is exponentially growing. Thus, creating an e-shop that focuses on an overall better user experience is a necessity for all e-shop administrators and owners who want to steal the spotlight in today’s highly competitive market.
In today’s digital age, electronic transactions have become an integral part of our lives. From online shopping to web banking, the convenience of conducting financial transactions from the comfort of our own homes is undeniable.
Christmas shopping is coming up and for some it can be very stressful, especially when it comes to physical shopping in a store.
For many, however, worst of all is the heavy financial strain that the season brings. We’ve put together some easy “strategies” to curb overspending during Black Friday, Cyber Monday or Cyber Week sales.
2023 is just around the corner, and it won’t be easy to keep up with competition if you don’t follow closely the top trends in eCommerce.
Merchants and online business owners are becoming more aware of new technologies and online practices and leveraging them to improve their product and service offerings. Here are some of the trends that you can expect in the coming year.
Embedded payments allow non-financial companies to accept payments natively within their product instead of using a separate point-of-sale tool. Customers no longer have to look for cash or enter their card details for each purchase; their payment details are saved once and continuously reused by simply tapping a few buttons on their smartphone.