E-commerce Companies Boom In Midst of Covid-19

For companies selling online the Covid-19 global pandemic almost created the perfect storm. Trends we saw growing stronger over the last couple of years and months were forced into early convergence when countries started putting strict rules into place on how people can trade, move around and engage in an effort to fight the devastation. […]

Augmented Reality to change the face of B2B E-commerce

Manufacturers and Suppliers are taking a page from their B2C e-commerce counterparts by enriching the digital customer experience and the way they transact. They are using AR (Augmented Reality) and 3D imagery to make products come alive to prospective buyers. The advantages of this new shift towards futuristic technology are quite profound! Reducing the costs […]

How the Automotive Parts Industry is getting e-commerce ready

Often times, the bigger the industry, the harder it is to adjust to fast moving tech trends. The automotive industry is definitely falls into this category. The Automotive Aftermarket is expected to reach $486.4 billion by 2025 according to Grand View Research Inc. The biggest benefactor of this upward surge is bound to be the […]

How to use Google Shopping Feed to maximize online sales

Every online shop wants to sell more and make more money while trying to keep costs down. The Google Shopping Feed has proven to be a great way for e-commerce shops to promote their products, however, like in most things in life, if you don’t apply best practice, you will end up overspending and your […]

Machine Learning set to mine Abandoned Baskets

Most people still don’t fully grasp what machine learning really is, if you are one of those people, don’t worry, I was too up to a couple of months ago. In summary, the definition on Wikipedia is as follows: “Machine Learning is the scientific study of algorithms and statistical models that computer systems use in […]

Is e-commerce ready for Facebook Libra?

Facebook is at it again! Although controversial and not as warmly received by all, looking at the stakeholders Facebook rallied together, it seems that Facebook Libra is here to stay and due to be launched in 2020. Visa, Uber and Andreessen Horowitz all have a stake in Libra and have invested heavily into the project […]

E-commerce in Africa – The infamous Last Mile

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development ranked 44 African countries on their ‘readiness’ for e-commerce. This is based on 4 major criteria which include bank or mobile money account penetration, internet usage, availability of internet services and the reliability of postal services. Nigeria remains the biggest market for online shopping in Africa both […]

Kloppers – Retail to E-tail Success Story

Kloppers was established in 1967 as a department store in Bloemfontein. It had a wide range of products at discounted prices, and has always been renowned for their expert advice and friendly service. Their no-compromise approach to customer satisfaction, saw them growing from strength to strength, and today they have multiple branches across South Africa. […]

Manufacturers are turning to e-commerce

Looking at trends from the established markets, manufacturers are excelling the spend on e-commerce projects. According to the B2B E-commerce report, 79% of all manufacturers indicated that they will spend more on e-commerce than previously. This ads up to a massive 10% increase from the previous period. Electronic transactions are on the rise in the […]

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