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1. Pam Baker
(Contacts / Sample Data-Contact)
Pam Baker, Contributor, Pam Baker is a veteran freelance writer with many published credits in leading business and tech publications. She is the author of several books and ebooks, the latest of which ...
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2. Alibaba, the Supply Chain, and Changes in China
... seller). Communication isn’t perfect, but with Google Translate major hiccups are avoided. Even payment is smooth with most companies allowing for international credit cards, e-checking, or of course, ...
Created on 22 October 2018
3. eCommerce Sales Grew 16% in 2017; Online Fraud Soared 30%
... verify customers’ addresses. Use the Address Verification System (AVS) to ensure the billing address listed on the order matches the information on file with the credit card company. High-value orders ...
Created on 07 May 2018
4. Expanded Payment Options Can Help Merchants Boost Customer Loyalty and Satisfaction
Today’s consumers have more payment options than ever before; beyond credit and debit cards, 37% of North American merchants accept PayPal and Apple Pay, and bitcoin is currently accepted by more than ...
Created on 16 April 2018
5. Blockchain Obstacles and Opportunities
... a centralized administrator—such as a bank, government or credit card clearinghouse—to manage transactions, blockchain validates the transactions, organizes them into time-stamped blocks, securely chains ...
Created on 01 January 2018
6. Disruption of Globalization and Supply Chain
... China’s online retail market in 2016, a decline from its highest point of 2.1% in 2011. How is a formidable company, that is credited for changing the whole U.S. retail landscape, barely making a dent ...
Created on 16 October 2017
7. Full-Circle Fraud: How the Equifax Breach Will Lead to Merchant Losses
... most American credit users left vulnerable by the hack, it’s understandable that customers would be worried how this will impact their credit and their long-term financial well-being. It’s merchants, though, ...
Created on 10 October 2017
8. Is the Future of EDI in Blockchain?
... cryptocurrency that offers secure and anonymous money transfer. But its use is expanding beyond the somewhat secretive use as a banking and credit card substitute as companies find ways to incorporate ...
Created on 06 September 2017
9. Privacy Policy
... ansmitted between your browsers and our server. As a result, data you submit to our Digital Offering such as credit card and payment information is transmitted using commercially reasonable security over the ...
Created on 18 July 2017
10. The Supply Chain and Black Friday
Well, Black Friday is already behind us for this year, and the supply chain is ready and able to take credit for its successes and failures. The planning and execution that have preceded it should result ...
Created on 01 December 2015
11. Omnichannel's Short History
...  series on where omnichannel has been and where it's heading.You'll be surprised at who she credits with starting the whole thing. Check it out HERE (part 1) and HERE (part 2). ...
Created on 17 February 2015
12. Cloud and EDI – The IT “Bonne Chance”
... meone else does. SUBSCRIPTION STYLE: Usually month-to-month deals, often payable by credit card, rather than annual contacts where everybody always seems to be paying a different price. ON DEMAND:  ...
Created on 11 February 2015
13. The Anti-Apple Pay Scheme
... isn't really something new, it's just that Apple has the clout to get its army of fans enthused about its un-plastic credit card. This at a time when there is significant activity in the payment processin ...
Created on 29 October 2014
14. 6 Ways EDI Removes Barriers to Commerce with Trading Partners
... l information such as the customer's name, address, and credit card number are necessary for almost all online commercial transactions, and more detailed information about users' Internet behavior is requi ...
Created on 24 October 2014
15. Slave Labor Plays Prominent Role In Worldwide Supply Chain
... business accreditation for the Walk Free Foundation, slavery in supply chains is tantamount to an abuse of human rights. He called on businesses worldwide to combat the immoral treatment of workers, imploring ...
Created on 01 October 2014
16. Do Best Practices Matter?
Almost everyone can recall being lectured about 'best practices' at one time or another. Sometimes it made sense, others not so much.In a Spend Matters blog, Pierre Mitchell discusses procurement best ...
Created on 22 September 2014
17. Time To Cry For Argentina: Government Cracks Down On Foreign E-Commerce
... purchases, the government imposed a 35 percent import tax on transactions completed with foreign credit cards. In 2013, more than half of all online shoppers in Argentina paid by credit card, while cash ...
Created on 06 June 2014
18. Mandatory E-Invoicing Imminent In Chile
... and registered with the government as the initial transport event. The second step is that other fiscal documents (such as the invoice or credit/debit notices) are generated and registered as they must ...
Created on 31 May 2014
19. eCommerce Payments
Payments are a big part of ecommerce for both B2B and B2C businesses. Credit cards and p-cards are important components.Joel Hans, on the site, takes a look at the various benefits and ...
Created on 19 March 2014
20. Big Data from Small Transactions
Cash register transactions are flowing at an ever increasing rate. Actually ‘cash register’ isn’t at all an appropriate term anymore since such a large volume of purchasing take place as credit or debit ...
Created on 24 September 2013