As we move deeper into all things digital, we see payment trends changing at a rapid rate. Between major data breaches – think Facebook and the famed Cambridge Analytica saga of 2018 and the more recent 2019 attack on Australia’s Victorian Government – and more businesses moving online, the need to stay up-to-date is crucial.
Valentine’s Day is an important date which is fast approaching, and it’s a great gift giving opportunity to market your eCommerce business. According to statistics, Valentines’ Day achieves multi-billion dollar sales figures, and is celebrated by over 50% of customers (Pixel Union, 2018). However, with such a great opportunity, competition among retailers will heat up,
Feel like you’re investing time, money and resources into marketing your business only to end up seeing no results? Check out some of the most common marketing mistakes, the impacts they can have on your cash flow and discover how you can avoid the unnecessary costs of marketing mishaps. 1. A complicated path to purchase
The Christmas trading period signifies the start of one of the largest opportunities to maximise your sales. People are looking for gifts for themselves and their family members, and the number of Australian online shoppers is predicted to increase during this period. To take advantage of the increase in online shoppers, we have listed 3
Cyber-fraud is increasing exponentially and an attack can be devastating. Businesses need to understand the risks of cyber-fraud and get protected.
Small businesses are the most vulnerable when it comes to cybersecurity and are often the least equipped to deal with threats and the associated risks. In fact, 22 per cent of Australian small businesses1 who were the victim of the 2017 Ransomware attacks are no longer operating. Similarly, the majority of Australian small businesses still haven’t
OpenCart is one of the leaders in the eCommerce industry and today we introduce 5 tips to launching an eCommerce website in Asia using OpenCart for free.
A recent security survey revealed that one in four small businesses in Australia fell victim to cybercrime in 2017, an increase of 25 percent from 2016 levels, when cybercrime affected one in five businesses1. According to the Commonwealth Government’s Stay Smart online guide for small business2, cybercrime costs Australia around $1 billion per year, with
Over 150 of our team converged on Friday 26 October to think big, think differently and to make a positive impact for people, planet and purpose. As a part of Global Payments Inc. AU/NZ day of service, our teams dedicated their annual hackathon to the World’s Biggest Garage Sale – a charity that not only creates a
Online shoppers now expect an easy, streamlined payment experience.