eCommerce

eCommerce refers to activities in which businesses — or consumers — use the Internet to identify supplies, select products and services, complete financial transactions, and/or obtain services. Delivery may occur online or outside of the Internet. Research coverage includes eCommerce platforms and technologies and mobile eCommerce.

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    Report: Disrupting Finance: Social Lending

    Social lending is the practice of lending money to unknown individuals or businesses without the involvement of banks and other traditional financial institutions. Peer-to-peer lending platforms...

    • Downloads: 494
  • For CIOs

    Report: Customer-Obsessed Businesses Need Digital Ecosystems

    Digital businesses need digital ecosystems that support the continuous exchange of information and data to create value. CIOs must understand the complexity of digital ecosystems and learn to cr...

    • Downloads: 5
  • For Security & Risk Professionals

    Report: Seven Steps To Protect Your eCommerce Website In 2016

    During the busy holidays, there is always news of a website breach or crash. Despite the millions of dollars they generate for their businesses, websites remain vulnerable to cyberattack, perfor...

    • Downloads: 7
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report: Disrupting Finance: Social Insurance

    Social insurance enables people in need of insurance to connect and pool their money and risks. Startups like Friendsurance, Guevara, and TongJuBao facilitate this and aim to offer coverage that...

    • Downloads: 370
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report: It's Only The First Inning Of Omnichannel Retail

    Omnichannel retail is still in its early days. Most eBusiness leaders who are investing in "omnichannel" are typically looking to fulfillment tactics like "endless aisle" in stores and in-store ...

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