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Understanding how Covid has changed the way businesses deal with their suppliers will be key to winning and keeping business in 2022, writes Marcus McNamara, Head of APAC, Sana Commerce:  It’s been two years since the virus up-ended life as we knew it, here in Australia and around the world. Businesses have been on a tumultuous journey since that time, with many forced to abandon long standing processes and practices and embrace new ones. Pivoting to digital has been the common theme, with enterprises turning to online platforms and programs to maintain business continuity and interact with their suppliers and customers.

Published in Guest Opinion

Coles plans to hire more than 70 digital professionals to join its eCommerce business, in a move the retail giant says will help to drive rapid digital transformation and shape the future of Australian retail.

Published in Recruitment

A powerful new Artificial Intelligence-driven counter-fraud capability designed to stop online crooks in their tracks was today switched on by Aussie debit payments scheme eftpos, as the organisation "doubles on security smarts to help level the battlefield for consumers, merchants and crime fighters."

Published in Business IT

New Zealand’s consumer competition regulator The Commerce Commission has recommended that consumers buying online for Christmas do their research before using an online store for the first time and check any statements on the website about when the goods will be delivered. 

Published in Technology Regulation

PayPal is the most easily recognised of the four leading online payment platforms, and the most used, with nearly three-quarters of Australians surveyed aware of its existence, the Roy Morgan Research firm claims.

Published in Home Tech

e-commerce sales in the Indian market are forecast to reach US$120.1 billion - or 8.8 trillion rupee - in 2025, with the country witnessing high growth in the past few years, according to one global data and analytics firm.

Published in Market

Digital haggling is the new way bargain hunting Australians will strike a deal shopping online - with a technology entrepreneur coining it "the next big e-commerce trend."

Published in Home Tech

The Commonwealth Bank has announced the integration of new services into its platform as part of ongoing investment in the development of its digital banking capabilities.

Published in Strategy

About a third of Australians (33%) say they will shop more online than they used to before the coronavirus pandemic, the Australian Bureau of Statistics says, citing data it collected in November and released on Monday.

Published in Home Tech

GUEST OPINION by Derek Cowan, Head of Systems Engineering – ANZ at Cohesity: Throughout the world, the volume of electronic data being generated everyday continues to soar. From online shopping and financial transactions to web searches and social media, the activities of humans produce data in quantities once unimaginable.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST OPINION by Pasacal Geenens, Radware:   Knowing  and understanding the most important cyber threats that an e-commerce business will face is crucial this busy holiday shopping season.

Published in Guest Opinion

Augmented Reality is allowing Australian car buyers to "try on" a new Volkswagen T-Roc or T-Cross in great detail, inside and out, and visualise it in their driveway, garage or elsewhere, at different sizes, as COVIDsafe buying of big ticket items online takes off in a big way! iTWire talks to CCMO Jason Bradshaw on video to find out more.

Published in Home Tech

Retail giant Coles has launched a new digital channel - coles&co - which gives online customers information on new products, shopping tips and recipes - with the online service replacing printed catalogues, which will no longer be delivered to letterboxes.

Published in Market

NBN Co says it has achieved or exceeded its National Broadband Network construction targets for 25 consecutive months by more than 230,000 premises, making 11.73 million premises ready to connect by 30 June this year.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a “positive” impact on Australian consumers, according to a new study which found that just over half of consumers — or 51% — now feel more connected to their family than ever before.

Published in Health

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