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Retail technology platform Neto is hoping to break into the US ecommerce market, announcing plans to open an office in Denver this year. The Brisbane-based company provides a software platform for ecommerce, point of sale, inventory and fulfilment management for small-to-medium sized retailers. The entire platform was recently migrated to

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Online shopping baskets are getting bigger. According to The Changing Face of Retail in Australia: State of eCommerce Report, Australians are spending per online transaction and purchasing more frequently in 2017 than ever before. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The report, produced by ecommerce solution provider Neto, analyses

The arrival of Amazon’s marketplace in Australia could propel smaller retailers to great heights if they can capitalise on the first-mover advantage. That’s the view of Ryan Murtagh, CEO of Telstra-backed ecommerce platform Neto. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter “Amazon is one of those marketplaces where the first-mover

Australian shoppers are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Amazon after the Seattle-based giant confirmed its intention to establish an Australian retail presence. But consumers’ enthusiasm may not be all about lower prices. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Research from Telstra-backed ecommerce platform Neto said more online shoppers were concerned


Telstra-backed retail specialist Neto has introduced new fulfilment, customer management, and discounting options to Neto POS. The upgrade lets customers mark in-store orders for fulfilment at a later time, add customers to VIP pricing in real-time, provide account credit redemption services, email receipts and even offer customers lay-by payments through