E & M Commerce
Physical stores aren’t going away anytime soon but E and M-Commerce offerings i.e. buying and selling with the help of the internet, and the technologies that enable those capabilities has undergone rapid development in the last five years and is showing little sign of slowing down or stopping. In the last year alone, the e-commerce sector saw a 23.3% increase in sales.
ICN Media supports businesses to take advantage of these exciting technological innovations to either generate or increase revenue streams by identifying the best possible online shop solution for that business and thus enabling their customers make purchases online.
Typically e-commerce has taken place predominantly on desktop computers or laptops. However, our world is getting increasingly interconnected and smartphones have put the internet into everyone’s pocket. No matter where people are these days, the option to browse and make purchases is a viable one, thanks to e and m-commerce.
WordPress is the most popular website platform in the world. It powers 32.3% of all websites on the internet.
It takes approximately 50 milliseconds i.e. 0.05 seconds for a user (and potential customer) to form an opinion about whether or not they like your site and if they want to stay on it.
A study has revealed that 94% of negative website feedback is design related.
By pursuing this technology, businesses are able to offer the opportunity for consumers to follow up on transactions on any device, anywhere.
There’s a lot of debate at the moment about whether physical retail stores have been superseded by online offerings and if there’s any truth to the idea that it’s only a matter of time before there is an even bigger shift towards online shopping which will leave physical stores consigned to being a relic of the past. Whether you’re of the opinion that this prediction for the future is inevitable or whether you instead believe that brick-and-mortar stores are ripe for a renaissance period, one indisputable fact is that e and m-commerce are on the rise.
If you would like to learn more about what pursuing E and / or M-Commerce could do for your business, we’d like to direct to our E and M-Commerce Fact Sheet. Here, you’ll find the answers to commonly asked questions and be able to develop your understanding of the exciting prospects that E and M-Commerce can bring to your business.