Tag: E-Commerce

Payments won’t go back to normal. Here’s why that’s good.

The current, most-asked question is, “When will we get back to the way things were?” But that may be the wrong question to ask. After times of significant turmoil, habits never fully revert to previous norms. Instead, we respond to those events and permanently change the way we live. For example, the labor shortages of…
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May 13, 2020 0

Global Bank Priorities 2018

Turnerlittle.com explains what our banks are doing to restore customer faith and assesses which technologies companies will pursue to make positive changes.   In Starling Bank’s report Revolution or Evolution, it was found consumers are frustrated with the current banking system. Some of the top concerns include: ‘unclear and complicated language and charges’, ‘complicated products that…
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May 4, 2018 0

Amazon scales back fresh grocery delivery after Whole Foods deal

Amazon.com Inc. is scaling back its grocery delivery service Amazon Fresh in parts of at least seven states, tweaking its strategy after buying Whole Foods Market in June. The states affected are New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut and California. Amazon launched the Fresh delivery service a decade ago in Seattle, which was…
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November 4, 2017 0

Merchants must improve consumer data to combat holiday fraud

Not only is the holiday season the busiest and most profitable time of year for retailers, it’s also the most lucrative season for fraudsters. It’s easy to feel helpless. Fraudulent transactions and chargebacks can have a serious impact on your business: in 2016, e-commerce fraud grew by 31% during the holidays, costing merchants 7.5% of…
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October 31, 2017 0