Today’s online customers are savvy. People know how to find what they want, put the products in their cart and happily offer their personal information to purchase from a trusted site. However, too often, companies’ online checkout experiences fail customers.
You make a sale. The customer signs the deal. You get paid for your services. Wouldn’t it be nice if every project and every invoice payment was that simple? Unfortunately, with the complexity of the traditional quote-to-cash process, it’s not.
If you run an eCommerce shop, it’s not too late to cash in on online Valentine’s Day sales. The biggest spike in traffic is expected this week.
Established management processes, from managing inventory to invoices, make doing business less painful. Those processes are now easier than ever to implement due to the ubiquity of labor-saving tech that we’re accustomed to.
Even if you haven’t heard the term “subscription economy” by now, you’ve probably already fully immersed it in your day-to-day life.
In the world of payments, technology is evolving rapidly — so it’s essential to keep an eye on payment trends to stay ahead of the curve.
It’s no secret: online shopping is booming. Businesses around the world are seeing eCommerce grow rapidly as more consumers opt for the convenience of online retail.
It’s a simple truth: sooner or later, most business platforms need payments. No matter what services your platform offers — from eCommerce to marketing to global education — you’ll very likely have to add a payments partnership to the mix.
No matter the size or reach of your company, credit card authorization rates matter. That’s especially true in global eCommerce, where credit cards are a fundamental pillar of online payments.
Payments are the lifeblood of a business. When payments flow well, everything else follows. That means it’s essential to choose a system that integrates well with your business and meets all your payment needs. These systems are often known as payment gateways.
Online sales are already huge, and the market just keeps growing. Online retail sales have seen a 15% year-over-year increase since 2018, according to U.S. Commerce Department figures; there is a lot of money to be made in selling physical goods online. Still, many online stores fail every day.
Whether you’re in marketing or sales or operations, or simply invested in learning about best practices of modern business, it’s time to get excited. The event of the year is right around the corner: INBOUND 2019 is almost here.