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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9 results in Reports

  • Consumer Mobility
  • Business Technographics
  • Past 18 months
  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:What You Need In A Mobile Collaboration App

    Forrester's Guide For Assessing Cloud Collaboration Vendors' Preparedness For The Mobile Mind Shift

    Helping an increasingly mobile workforce work with customers has been a catalyst for many Forrester clients to move toward cloud collaboration technologies like Box and Google Apps. However, to truly...

    • Downloads: 102
  • For CIO Professionals

    Report:Predictions 2015: Mobile Customer Experience Will Fuel Digital Transformation In Asia Pacific

    CIOs must shift their focus to winning, serving, and retaining customers — so although technology leaders in Asia Pacific (AP) will be seeking a moment to catch their breath after a year...

    • Downloads: 296
  • For Enterprise Architecture Professionals

    Report:EA 2020 — The Transformation Of EA In The Age Of The Customer

    Customers are the key to business success. And changes in how customers engage with your business are forcing changes to marketing, product, and business strategies. In the "age of the customer,"...

    • Downloads: 549
  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:Enterprise Mobile Application Adoption Trends In India

    Indian Firms Must Adopt An Outside-In Approach To Maximize Their Mobile App Investments

    Indian firms are increasingly investing in mobile applications to better engage with their customers, partners, and employees. Forrester recently surveyed medium-size and large organizations in India...

    • Downloads: 169
  • For Security & Risk Professionals

    Report:The State Of Enterprise Mobile Security, Q1 2014: Strategies Shift From Devices To Apps

    Benchmark: The Mobile Security Playbook

    Even as more and more firms adopt and grow more comfortable with bring-your-own-device (BYOD) strategies, security and risk (S&R) pros remain vigilant — particularly as firms seek to empower...

    • Downloads: 630
  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:The Enterprise Mobility Outlook For Asia Pacific In 2014

    How I&O Pros Can Best Support Enterprise Mobility And Prepare Their Firms For Disruption

    Mobile device adoption at Asia Pacific (AP) organizations will grow in 2014, driven by a large young online population, declining hardware prices, and the increasing affordability of wireless...

    • Downloads: 262
  • For Application Development & Delivery Professionals

    Report:The Age Of The Customer Changes Everything For AD&D Leaders

    Executive Overview: The Application Development Strategy, Structure, And Sourcing Playbook

    The cumulative impact of the age of the customer uber-trends — digital disruption, mobile mind shift, customer experience, and big data analytics — will transform the competitive...

    • Downloads: 399
  • For CIO Professionals

    Report:India Tech Market Outlook: 2014

    Customer Obsession Takes Center Stage For Technology Spending

    IT purchases in India will reach US$29 billion in 2014. As in other emerging economies, India's tech market is still largely hardware-driven, but spending on software and services is gaining...

    • Downloads: 279
  • For CIO Professionals

    Report:Workforce Personas And The Mobile App Gap

    Productivity Apps, Process Apps, Or Both? Personas Help You Decide

    The mobile mind shift that people are experiencing at home — to expect everything on a mobile device — drives their mobile expectations at work as well. IT is slow to respond with mobile...

    • Downloads: 499