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Google is steadily making changes to its online shopping experience for consumers. In just a few months, the search engine has made several announcements in order to compete with the likes of Amazon and its brands.
A recent “Global Online Payment Methods 2013 – First Half 2013″ report by yStats.com has found that making online payments and transactions is increasing on a worldwide level.
Google announced this week in this video that going forward there will be a dollar sign in Gmail attachments. The video shows all it takes is a simple click and you can transfer cash through Google Wallet, according to an article on Mashable.
PayPal announced this week they will be offering free payment processing through the rest of the year for some U.S. businesses that use its PayPal Here mobile payment system, according to an article on Mashable.com.
ROAM, an Ingenico company and mobile commerce platform provider, and iPayment, Inc., today announced a new program in which iPayment will use ROAM’s mobile commerce platform to deliver a suite of mobile point of sale (mPOS) solutions to its merchants throughout the United States. ROAM will provide iPayment merchants with a complete end-to-end solution, including the […]
While retailers are obsessing over how to avoid cart abandonment, they might want to start looking at their home and product pages first in order to decrease early abandoners
Fraud management tools have several benefits, according to a whitepaper by FirstData. For example, fraud management tools allow merchants to quickly adjust their scoring and resolution parameters in order to optimize results for their ever-changing business needs; they reduce staff time spent on manual order reviews; they can allow a company to stay up to […]
The increase is due to several factors, including the impact of lost and/or stolen merchandise on the company’s bottom line and post-fraud costs from customer attrition.
Competition within the online payment marketplace is heating up, according to a recent Forrester report, and might change the face of payment options in 2013.
Although a new study by ThreatMatrix had found that 85% of retailers are calling cyber security a high priority within their organizations, 40% of the respondents said they have no online prevention measures in place.