Building an international presence through cross-border ecommerce is often an incredibly daunting task, even for the most established brands. Following these best practices will help ensure greater success and an overall better customer experience by avoiding supply chain and logistics disruptions while maximizing brand potential.
Ensuring your global fulfillment operation remains up to date and is utilizing the best and most automated systems available should be a priority for all businesses. Here’s how successful ecommerce businesses of the future are looking towards or already achieving personalized customer experiences, multichannel fulfillment and real time visibility of all physical operations.
Brands without the resources to produce multilingual content now have a simple and cost efficient platform to localize their content. With those staggering numbers in mind, language technology and translation solutions provider Translate.com announced the addition of more than 30 new applications and integrations to its platform.
Following through on its commitment to providing global digital commerce solutions with a localized approach, VTEX announced the opening of offices in the US and Spain.
Marketers need to keep the shopping habits of the country they are looking to sell into. Take a look at how your global customers are paying, to make the shopping experience a seamless one.
There is no doubt that many U.S. brands have global appeal. Here’s why localization is crucial to successfully tapping into local demand; from tailoring the range through to ensuring that delivery and payment methods meet local requirements.
While several brands are going global with their business these days, it is still not an easy process for most. Here are four tips to localizing your global business.
The next wave payment technology on providing merchants with more insight than ever before throughout the customer journey. See how your business can benefit from online payment technologies.
No one ever said the world of global ecommerce was simple to navigate. But those retailers who embrace cross-border ecommerce will, in fact, rule the world. Check out the best commentary and advice from Pitney Bowes’ first #PowerofPrecision tweet-up of 2016, “Navigating the Complexity of Global Commerce.”
Global customers are increasingly using mobile devices to research and buy. Launching localized mobile-first experiences in international markets is good business, but it’s not without its challenges. Here are a few to consider.