The SAS Experience 2030 report contains some interesting findings as regards how shopping behaviour may shift once vaccines are in play.
Visa’s eCommerce developments across Sub Saharan Africa whitepaper showcases just how important mobile devices and platforms are when it comes to ecommerce growth.
By creating a virtual card and linking it to Telkom Pay, users will be able to make payments at Uber and Netflix among others.
We formed habits in 2020 that we won’t give up soon and the online retail space showcases that wonderfully.
Mobicred reports it was signing up 150 stores a day during the height of the lockdown.
The PayFast Ecommerce Virtual Summit will be hosted by the Insaka Ecommerce Academy and is free to attend.
One Day Only’s ODOmeter takes a look at a small slice of South Africa’s ecommerce sector.
Surprisingly, YouTube subscriptions jumped up 188 percent since the start of lockdown among FNB customers.
OneCart has added new timeslots for shopping and deliveries, with it now extended until 20:00 in the evening, but only at selected stores.
Powered via its Money app, Avo will allow Nedbank customers to shop from Sandton City using their phones and organise delivery/collection.
You can now pay for purchases through Payflex over four fortnightly payments.
Chief product officer at YouTube, Neal Mohan, has highlighted some of the improvements that the platform is looking at implementing this year.
Ecommerce can be costly and complex but as more customers remain at home, it’s an investment worth considering.
The addition of a new Cart tool to WhatsApp will make it easier to engage with and purchase from merchants via the platform.
The state of insurance is changing and Surestart is making it easier for businesses to add insurance products to their offerings.
Visa’s Accelerating the shift to eCommerce report shows that a bad payment experience will likely lead to retailers losing business down the line.
No matter how great your service is, opinions will fall apart if delivery of your product is a pain for customers.
Customers who make use of the FNB App will now receive purchase authentication requests via the app instead of an SMS.