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Report: Retailers Lacking Fraud Management Tools

According to a recent report conducted by ACI Worldwide, almost two thirds of US and European retailers are ill-equipped to effectively manage retail fraud.

By Sam Gopal | 12 Aug 2015
Is Beacon Technology a Bunch of Hype?

Last week, Power Retail was witness to a panel discussion relating to beacon technology and its role in alleviating the pain points in a customer's in-store experience.

By Sam Gopal | 11 May 2015
US Smartphone M-Commerce Reached $8 Billion in 2012

A recent report from Forrester analyses the growing number of online retail sales made by smartphones in the US, predicting the market to hit $31 billion in 2017.

Developing Economies Drive E-Commerce Boom

Both Russia and India are among nations expected to put on e-commerce growth in the next few years as more consumers take to the internet with either cash or card.

State of Retailing Online Report Released

Mobile features heavily in the just-released State of Retailing Online report by Forrester and Shop.org, just as it did in July's Australian version.

By Grant Arnott | 12 Sep 2012
State of Online Retailing in Australia: New Forrester Report

For the first time, mobile is a higher investment priority for online retailers than an e-commerce platform, according to the just-released Forrester report, Online Retailing in Australia 2012.

By Grant Arnott | 08 Aug 2012
Online Retailer Heralded a Success for its Fourth Year Running

With the fourth instalment of Online Retailer Conference and E-Commerce Expo wrapped up last week, e-commerce in Australia continues to surge upwards, most evident at the ORIAs last Wednesday evening in an annual celebration of...

SPECIAL REPORT #22 Shopping Carts and Checkouts

Download our Shopping Carts and Checkouts Special Report sponsored by Netregistry, for insights, expert opinion and best practice advice on maximising conversions by optimising your shopping cart and checkout process.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 14 Jun 2012
More Than 250 Million Chinese Will Shop Online by 2014

The latest research from Forrester indicates that by 2014, over 500 million Chinese will be connected, while over half that number will be making purchases in online retail.