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Integrated POS System Vend Features on 'The Block'

A point-of-sales start-up from New Zealand has broken into the mainstream by featuring prominently in a recent episode of Channel 9's 'The Block'.

eBay Appoints ex-IBM Exec as Head of Enterprise

Having spent 15 years in leadership positions at IBM, Craig Hayman appears to have all the right credentials to move eBay Enterprise forward.

Ten Innovative Fulfilment and Inventory Solutions

While e-commerce is quickly becoming the norm in the retail market, many more stubborn customers may not be as quick to jump on the bandwagon. Here are ten ways to preserve that old fashioned peace...

By Rory Betteridge | 21 May 2014
Braintree GM Discusses Australian Growth in Payments

In just a few years, Australia has become awash with payment solutions, providers and platforms. With increasing focus placed on mobile payments, Braintree's Klas Bäck discusses some of the trends he's identified locally.

CELLbikes - Riding to E-Commerce Success

One of Australia's largest bicycle retailers, CELLbikes has ridden ahead of the peloton, powered by savvy strategy and best-of-breed solutions.

Five Tips for Omnichannel Christmas Success

Achieving omnichannel success this Christmas doesn't require the IT infrastructure or big budgets that department stores have access to, writes Mark Troselj. However, an integrated e-commerce solution is key.

By Mark Troselj | 29 Nov 2013
Lexity Redux: Yahoo Commerce Central Goes Live

Two months since the acquisition of Lexity was announced, Yahoo has completed rebranding and relaunching the e-commerce solutions business.

Apparel Group Chooses Demandware to Drive e-Commerce Growth

Apparel Group, which comprises fashion labels such as SABA, Sportscraft and Willow, has chosen Demandware to replace its existing e-commerce platform in order to stay ahead of the curve.

IBM Partners with David Jones to Provide Total E-Commerce Solution

David Jones' e-commerce offering has been doing even worse than its bricks-and-mortar business, but IBM wants to change all that.