As the business world starts the recovery process following the covid-19 pandemic many businesses are exploring the online space. Whether you are selling products or services online, operating part or all or your business online or just launching your business, you may have considered deploying an ecommerce solution. In our 4-part E-commerce 101 series we will be breaking down all you need to know about e-commerce and help you determine how you can use it to grow your business.
In part one, we will break down what e-commerce entails and how it works. Let’s get started.
By integrating your payment collection with your website, this opens more convenient payment channels for your customers and better positions you with increased opportunities to collect payments anywhere and at anytime. This is very integral when considering your business’ ability to scale in order to compete globally. An e-commerce enabled website positions your company to do business with customers long after your business has closed its doors.
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What do companies such as Amazon, National Commercial Bank, Fontana Pharmacy, and Brawta Living all have in common? They have a well-planned and strategic online presence. And that presence is geared at capitalizing on the e-commerce market for selling their products and services.