eCommerce Expo 2011
ecommerce expo 2011 - Twitter communications between PRs and journalists more focused using Hacktweets
Journalists and PRs can now communicate more effectively via Twitter using Hacktweets, a new free beta service from Parker, Wayne & Kent.
A run down of the new products being launched at this years ecommerce expo 2011.
ecommerce expo 2011 - First Hosted launches new efficiency-saving, integrated point-of-sale application
NetSuite provider and consultant First Hosted is today announcing the launch of the first NetSuite point of sale application in the UK market.
Craft Supplies, the Derbyshire based online craft retailer, has engaged EAOM to produce their new eCommerce website.
Companies need to apply the same risk management techniques applied to other parts of their businesses to growing cybercrime, experts at Ernst & Young have warned.
ecommerce expo 2011 - SecureTrading helps companies expand abroad with brace of international currency solutions
In an increasingly competitive domestic market, many UK retailers are seeking to expand overseas. Ecommerce Expo 2011 will see SecureTrading launch their Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC) and Sofortüberweisung solutions to assist customers expanding internationally.
ecommerce expo 2011: Traders slow to adopt Mcommerce are losing out on opportunities in a slow marketplace
With over 10 million online UK consumers using their mobiles to make a transaction in the last year , retailers appear to be missing the considerable opportunities to be had in the expanding mobile sales channel.
As part of their Economic Development Strategy the States of Alderney are looking to attract more businesses and people to the Island and on the 11th and 12th October 2011 will be exhibiting at the eCommerce Expo at Olympia in London.
Its crucial that businesses keep on top of compliance, particularly with a range of updates being made to PCI DSS requirements. By Tim Allitt.
Screen Pages has released a study on how e-commerce websites are used on mobile devices. The study shows that mobile devices now account for 10% of all traffics, but engagement levels and conversions are significantly lower at nearly half those on PCs
The scheme\'s main aim is to reduce the risks associated with online shopping by helping consumers locate online stores with excellent customer service.
David Smith from the IMRG will provide the answers during his presentation at ecommerce expo 2011