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Acquisition is the second in six months as New Zealand-based TSG buys its way into UK and European markets.
The startup's technology automates the transaction review process by instantly analyzing profile data, behavioral data, and cyber intelligence to help online retailers protect themselves and their customers from fraud.
A desire for simplicity and freedom from proprietary hardware led Kukri Sports to adopt a Cloud-based point of sale system.
However, for that to happen the government needs to articulate and pass a coherent policy for FDI in e-commerce.
Online payment gateway provider pushing the acquisition of new merchant account closer to real time.
Mobile-based transactions are fast becoming the dominant sales channel for companies such as Pizza Hut, Ticketek, and CarSales.com.au.
A new analysis finds online sales are still just a tiny fraction of major retailers' income. But that doesn't diminish the importance of the online channel.
More retailers are finding that Big Data can revitalize an industry challenged by a slow economy, increasingly empowered consumers, mobile proliferation and an ever-growing number of channels.
Pinterest has made its site a lot more attractive for e-commerce retailers to get higher engagement with customers.
Customers of the homeware chain are being asked to reset their passwords after attackers gained access to two encrypted databases.
Chinese telecoms gear maker to spend on building its brand, strengthening its retail presence in country and also targets sales of 1 million smartphones in the next 6 months.
Will the ex-Microsoft employee be able to establish America's first retail pot brand?
The Australian government's reluctance to lower the GST threshold for online goods and an inability to keep up with the times is costing Australian retailers dearly, according to the Australian National Retailers Association.
Google already has Chromebook retail 'zones' dotted across the UK and the US, but it may also have bigger, standalone retail plans for the US in the year ahead.
Small and mid-sized e-retailers have started sacking people before the Chinese New Year amid pessimistic forecasts for the year, but despite Internet sales surging another 65 percent in 2012.
There is a sickness in brick and mortar retail, and we need to understand what is causing it.
Telefonica has no plans to take its UK O2 brand public following a similar move in Germany last year designed to reduce its debt pile.
A number of EE, Orange and T-Mobile stores will be closing across the UK as EE moves to cut down duplication of retail outlets.
Harris Farm is pairing up with IBM for its new IT infrastructure and upcoming Sydney delivery service.
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