The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has been on a recent tear: hitting a small-dollar lender for illegal debt collection practices; warning colleges to improve disclosure of school-sponsored credit card agreements; and an upcoming proposal to regulate payday-type loans with more severity.
San Francisco-based Weebly has teamed with Square. Small businesses can build a website, blog and eCommerce store with Weebly and sync it directly to their Square account, streamlining purchases both online and offline.
There are conflicting forecasts regarding the outlook for the global m-commerce market between 2015 and 2019. On the low end is a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22%, while the high end the CAGR is predicted to be 32%.
NY-based ShopKeep has introduced a new iOS mobile reporting application that enables merchants to quickly access their business data in real-time, wherever they are. The cloud-based technology provider has more than 16,000 registers in use by retail shops, restaurants, and other organizations.
Men’s fashion brand 2(X)IST via “Virtual Stores” has partnered with innovative mobile platform PowaTag to transform the way people shop.
Millions of passersby in December will be able to browse and purchase the latest 2(X)IST underwear ranges by using their phone to scan tags on virtual storefronts across key locations in the heart of the city making ordinary street corners a virtual marketplace for 2(X)IST.
Mobile phone and tablet users will make 195 billion mobile commerce transactions annually by 2019, up from 72 billion this year. The highest net increase in transaction volumes will occur in the digital goods sector, fueled by a surge in micro-payments for in-app purchases, notably within arenas such as social gaming.
Redwood City,CA -based Flint Mobile unveiled a new ‘Sell Online’ feature that brings easy online transaction capabilities to the Flint platform without requiring merchants to set up a separate e-commerce service.
CA-based Flint has added two new features to its mobile payment service. The new Team Accounts feature allows multiple users within an organization to use a single Flint account to securely accept card payments, create invoices and send Apple Passbook coupons from their smartphone. The company also introduced its application update for iOS8.
SMB e-commerce solution provider GoECart has teamed with Kount, a supplier of fraud protection and sales-boosting technology, to enable GoECart retailers to seamlessly leverage Kount’s fraud prevention services at a discount and with zero integration hassles.
MasterCard (NYSE: MA) and Web.com Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: WWWW), a leading provider of Internet services and online marketing solutions for small businesses, today announced an agreement to feature Simplify Commerce™ as the preferred payment provider for all of Web.com’s brands and platforms. Web.com serves more than 3.2 million small business customers ranging from restaurants and…
Ecomdash announced today it is now integrated with the ecommerce platform, Magento. The newest integration makes it easier for Magento customers to manage inventory, sales orders and shipping across multiple marketplaces. Ecomdash automatically syncs sales orders and inventory levels between Magento storefronts and channels including Amazon, eBay and Etsy. The web-based software application gives online sellers a complete view of business operations from a centralized dashboard.
HBC is partnering with Pounce, a consumer-facing mobile app to integrate traditional media with m-commerce, providing customers the opportunity to purchase merchandise displayed in print media using tablets and smartphones. Pounce is the only Hudson’s Bay and Lord & Taylor approved mobile app that allows customers to instantly buy products seen in print by simply scanning an image.