Given that customers now have the ability to access product information more easily wherever they are, retailers have the responsibility to invest in scalable platforms that can support their growing online business.
It's a known fact Australian retailers continue to lag behind its US and UK counterparts when it comes to technology adoption, but it seems the slow uptake is working in their favour - although not for too long.
SAP has announced it plans to acquire e-commerce software company hybris to deliver the next-generation e-commerce platform.
Compuware have released data showing just where the website failed and what the frenzy of clicking actually delivered consumers.
An Australian-based company is giving independent supermarkets and grocery stores the opportunity to have access to e-commerce technology in order to remain competitive against major supermarkets while increasing customer satisfaction.
Those who are quickest to get their business online were more likely to have increased revenue and staff, according to preliminary results of a Roy Morgan study commissioned by PayPal Australia.
The Winning Group has installed hybris' multi-channel e-commerce solution across the entire company including its online arms, Appliances Online and Big Brown Box, as well as its bricks and mortar outlet Winning Appliances and Winning Bathrooms.
Online shipping company ShippingEasy.com has expanded by integrating with four eCommerce platforms Drupal, Joomla!, PrestaShop and Volusion and partnering up with express courier company Direct Couriers.