Ecommerce

Tryzens, the international digital commerce consultancy, has developed a bespoke new cartridge for Zip, the Australian buy now, pay later payments solution. The cross-functional cartridge, compatible with Salesforce Commerce Cloud, will make it faster and easier for Australian retailers to integrate Zip into their sites, taking advantage of the booming

A neobank, budgeting tools and payment services are among the first 10 companies selected by the ACCC to trial data sharing as part as Australia’s incoming open banking regime. Open banking, based on the recently passed Consumer Data Right (CDR) legislation, is set to kick off formally in February 2020,

Chinese ecommerce platform Beidian is looking to expand its presence in Australia and New Zealand, signing agreements with 20 local companies to help them sell their products in China. Beidian forms direct partnerships with manufacturers and suppliers, and sales across the Beidian platform are generated by recommendations from KOLs, (Key

Secondhand apparel sales are going to be more disruptive for specialty fashion retail than Amazon or the fast fashion players like Zara and H&M, according to Scott Galloway. Galloway, speaking via video link at the NewsMediaWorks’ Inform conference in Sydney today, warned specialty retail is about to endure the same

In the UK, one in seven customers placing a click and collect order will never actually collect it, according to a new study. The perceived hassle of click and collect is leaving around £228million of goods uncollected at stores across the country with shoppers citing long queues, hidden collection desks

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Rising online advertising costs are giving ecommerce sites more opportunity to turn to bricks-and-mortar investments to sell their brand according to a study by Coresight Research.  Data from commercial real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle Research (JLL Research) in 2018 digital natives said they plan to open 850 physical stores

There is a saying in marketing, that B2B buyers are 80 per cent sure of what their decision will be before they enter the market. Nonetheless, many B2B sellers are relying on word of mouth to build their pipelines. There is a huge opportunity for those in B2B to enter

SAP Ariba and insurer IAG have created an online marketplace to enable its employees to channel their spend to Indigenous and women-owned businesses. The initiative, called “Rise”, was announced this week and expands IAG’s supplier pool to include businesses from diverse backgrounds. Webinar: Can I Trust You? Building Customer Trust

6 River Systems

Ecommerce platform Shopify is buying 6 River Systems, a provider of warehouse fulfillment solutions. Under the terms of the agreement, which has been approved by 6 River Systems’ stockholders, Shopify will acquire all of 6 River Systems’ outstanding securities in a transaction valued at approximately US$450 million, consisting of approximately

Digital-only banks operating in the UK are growing quickly but still struggle to show profitability, according to new research from Accenture. Based on current growth rates, digital-only banks could amass a total of 35 million customers globally within the next 12 months — up from 13 million today —  according