If you come from a place like Pakistan, Peru or Belarus you know that running a business is a little limited when it comes to how you accep credit cards and payments through PayPal and other processors. This is troubling considering it limits options for your business, whether it be a service or product-based business. This means you must resort to an old-fashioned money transfer, which is tedious, time-consuming and expensive.
This Zoey review dives deep into all the important aspects- its features, functionalities, pricing structure, and the corresponding weaknesses.
2018 has been a very big year for BigCommerce in the UK. After a successful round of growth funding, which saw the company raise $64 million, BigCommerce decided their next expansion would be into the UK.
It is the first time that BigCommerce has expanded into Europe, after opening offices in the US and Australia. Brent Bellm, CEO for BigCommerce commented that “Establishing a presence in Europe has long been an aspiration of ours, and this London office will allow us to deliver more tailored programs and service to our customers and partners across Europe.”
What’s the best ecommerce platform for your store?
With such a wide array of choices, picking the right ecommerce solution for your business is not an easy task.
Different platforms have different pros and cons, and the right one for you could be lurking in the shadows.
For a long time, ecommerce marketplaces have had issues regarding tax collection. Countless merchants from all around the world have been able to sell their products online without paying sale taxes.
Amazon, the biggest ecommerce marketplace, is an excellent example of what I’m talking about.
This W3bstore review assesses not only its omnichannel capabilities but also other it’s ecommerce features that would be critical to online stores. It does not access it’s POS (point of sale) or multi-store back office. All three are required for omnichannel retail where orders, inventory and fulfillment must be managed across multiple channels and locations.
Your ecommerce store requires a wide range of tasks and people to complete the tasks. As your online store grows, you start to realize the need for marketing people, customer support reps, and designers. Dozens of other responsibilities are required, some of which might be filled by you, freelancers, or full-time employees. Regardless of your setup, content collaboration is key to a successful workflow.
One of the easiest ways to expand your store's reach around the globe is by incorporating a multilingual interface. This means that a website that's usually shown in, say, English, could be instantly translated to German, Italian, or whatever language the current user wants.