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  • Payment Processing/Security

    Payment Processing/Security

    Competition heats up as shoppers pay in new ways

    Posted 07/01/2010Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Competition heats up as shoppers pay in new ways
  • / Technology

    More Ways to Pay

    Visa, American Express, Google, Amazon. They are all bidding to dethrone the king of online payment alternatives, PayPal.

    Posted 03/31/2010Thad RueterPost a comment

    Visa, American Express, Google, Amazon. They are all bidding to dethrone the king of online payment alternatives, PayPal.
  • Going Global in Retail

    Many U.S. e-retailers are looking to grow by selling globally. Kasey Lobaugh of Deloitte Consulting suggests five keys to success.

    Posted 01/29/2010Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Many U.S. e-retailers are looking to grow by selling globally. Kasey Lobaugh of Deloitte Consulting suggests five keys to success.
  • Foreign Affairs

    International waters can be rough but vendor services can toss a lifeline to e-retailers seeking to sell abroad.

    Posted 09/01/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    International waters can be rough but vendor services can toss a lifeline to e-retailers seeking to sell abroad.
  • Sponsored Supplement: E-Payment Solutions and Security: Finding the right combination in tough times

    Change is a constant in e-commerce, and that’s certainly true when it comes to the best ways for online retailers to accept payment.Developments outside of online retailing have had big impacts on how consumers think about online payments. The recession has left many consumers with maxed-out credit cards looking for alternative ways to pay, while highly publicized data breaches have added to consumers’ concerns about typing card numbers into...

    Posted 07/31/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Change is a constant in e-commerce, and that’s certainly true when it comes to the best ways for online retailers to accept payment.Developments outside of online retailing have had big impacts on how consumers think about online payments. The recession has left many consumers with maxed-out…

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  • Pay Now

    New direct-debit payment systems bloom as more consumers develop an allergy to credit.

    Posted 04/01/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    New direct-debit payment systems bloom as more consumers develop an allergy to credit.
  • Maxed out

    Banks are cutting back consumers’ credit card limits. So how will online retailers close sales if customers can’t pay with plastic?

    Posted 01/30/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Banks are cutting back consumers’ credit card limits. So how will online retailers close sales if customers can’t pay with plastic?
  • Shoppers look for more ways to pay online

    Consumers increasingly are bypassing credit cards and finding other ways to pay online, says Javelin Strategy & Research.

    Posted 12/29/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Consumers increasingly are bypassing credit cards and finding other ways to pay online, says Javelin Strategy & Research.
  • Sponsored Supplement: Making payment decisions: Finding the right partners

    Retailers face many decisions in every step of the payment process, and successful navigation requires a lot of savvy on their part, since one mistake in any area can have serious consequences.Selecting a payment processor can be mind-boggling for retailers as there is more to the equation than cost per transaction. Retailers also need to consider how a processor can help them grow cross-border sales through local payment options, reduce currency...

    Posted 08/05/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Retailers face many decisions in every step of the payment process, and successful navigation requires a lot of savvy on their part, since one mistake in any area can have serious consequences.Selecting a payment processor can be mind-boggling for retailers as there is more to the equation than…

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  • Ka-ching, Ka-ching

    Merchants accept non-credit card payments to acquire new customers and increase average orders.

    Posted 03/31/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Merchants accept non-credit card payments to acquire new customers and increase average orders.

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