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The Warehouse's mobile app now uses AI to help 'Snap and Shop'
The Warehouse has dipped its toes into neural networking and artificial intelligence to make it easier for customers to ‘Snap and Shop’.
E-commerce, telecoms, mergers named as 2018/19 focus for ComCom
The Commerce Commission has names published its priority focus areas for the upcoming year, including implementing new telecommunication regulations.
A deep dive into the present and future of retail off- and online
Russell McVeagh Special Counsel Liz Blythe examines the opportunities and risks associated with the eye-wateringly quick pace of change in the sector.
What Kiwis need to follow through with online purchases
When you are establishing an e-commerce site, there are some things you’ll want to be aware of to maximise the rate of purchase completion.
Trade Me CEO to step down by the end of the year - search begins for replacement
Jon Macdonald has faith that the online marketplace has a long and bright future ahead of it.
Dimension data acquires majority stake in e2y to bolster digital commerce play
According to DiData, the acquisition will provide a complementary set of skills to the company’s core value proposition.
Online fraud prevention firm eyes APAC, EMEA markets
Emailage delivers online fraud mitigation and email risk assessment technologies and says ecommerce fraud is a growing problem around the world.
eBay king of online shopping ahead of Gumtree, Amazon, Kogan
eBay is the favourite online shopping with over 9.4m Aussies visiting in an average four weeks, ahead of local second-hand site Gumtree with 5.6m.
The impact of redesigning the MRO approach
Maintenance, repair, and overhaul companies will supposedly gain a valuable competitive advantage by leveraging IIoT-based technologies.
Big retailers changing channel tactics to combat e-commerce - GlobalData
This includes implementing in-store technologies such as self-checkout counters, scan and pay mobile applications and unmanned stores.
Amazon vs. consumers on the Aussie shutout
Amazon announced that due to GST regulation they will no longer be shipping from the US to Australia. Its comment and the consumer perspective inside.
Ecommerce is on a roll in APAC, but 18% of consumers still get caught by fraud
Ecommerce within Asia Pacific is booming, but the dangers of fraud lurk around every corner.
Alibaba's South Asia expansion plans start to take shape
Since its inception in 2012, Daraz has grown into a leading e-commerce company in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Nepal.
Alibaba, Fonterra turn to blockchain to ramp up NZ's "clean, green" rep
NZ Post CEO David Walsh says the addition of this platform will help to increase New Zealand’s “clean, green and safe” reputation in China.
Global best practice & design come to new NetSuite eCommerce solution
Cloud based ERP vendor NetSuite has made significant changes to it's omnichannel solution.
Thailand 4.0 picks up speed following Alibaba investment
The strategic partnership between the technology giant and the Government of Thailand seeks to push the development of the nation’s digital economy.
Rocket Lab engineer launches Kiwi ecommerce site
The site hopes to topple the monopoly TradeMe currently has on the market.
Australia strengthens ties with 10 Asian countries to boost digital trade
“It will help share the benefits of a more inclusive digital economy."
Everything you need to know about microservices in today's agile world
Microservices will continue to grow in popularity this year, as more companies realise significant business benefits.
Cloud e-commerce platform enhances tie-in with Amazon marketplace
Magento Commerce is adding greater capabilities that allow merchants to manage their Amazon inventory on the cloud e-commerce platform.
E-commerce requires beefed up cybersecurity to function well
In an increasingly interconnected world, online shopping and electronic transactions have now transcended its innovation status.
Exabytes takes over Malaysia cloud provider in a bid to move up the cloud ranks
Exabytes founder and CEO, Chan Kee Siak says the deal marks the first milestone of the Exabytes Group’s acquisition roadmap for 2018.
Sonata Software to help lift 1m Indian craftspeople out of poverty
The Industree Crafts Foundation and Sonata Software are working to bring tech to India's craftspeople and make their businesses sustainable.
Alibaba sets out to eradicate poverty in China through ecommerce
Alibaba has outlined a poverty eradication goal for Jeminay, which will be carried out in two phases.