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Bambuser Launches New Shopify App for Live Video Shopping

Interactive live video shopping provider Bambuser announces the launch of a powerful new app for merchants using Shopify, one of the world's most popular e-commerce platforms. The Shopify custom app is provided free of charge to Bambuser's clients using Shopify e-commerce platform to reduce development costs and time to market when implementing Live Video Shopping on their site. The app takes care of implementing the codes necessary to run Live Video Shopping and offers a user-friendly interface within Shopify for managing…

Blue Horseshoe Announces B2B e4Ccommerce Essentials for Manufacturers and Distributors

Activate B2B sales channel leveraging the Microsoft Azure Platform Fast-moving changes in buying patterns are driving manufacturers and distributors to reinvent their customers’ purchasing and shipping options quickly. In a March survey by the Institute for Supply Management, almost 75% of companies reported supply disruption, and 44% of the companies didn’t have a plan to deal with disruptions resulting from COVID-19. To help manufacturers and distributors meet customer demands, Blue Horseshoe Solutions, in partnership…

Singapore’s First Multi-Currency Mobile Wallet YouTrip Sees 20% Growth in Consumer Spending On Global E-Commerce Platforms

Popular overseas shopping sites have recorded month-on-month transaction volume growth, such as Taobao (111%), ASOS (60%), Alibaba (41%), Aliexpress (17%) Local e-commerce sites like EZbuy (65%) and Lazada (11%) are hot favourites among Singaporeans Food delivery services grew exponentially between February and March, with PizzaHut Delivery in the lead at 49%, Domino's Pizza (43%), and Foodpanda (35%) The biggest e-commerce spending growth came from the Gaming category, with Nintendo raking in 278% growth from…

Report: The Undercover Arms Race between Media and Commerce Platforms

New Magisto Study Examines the Market Forces Upending the Balance of Online Commerce & Social Media Media, advertising and commerce have historically had a symbiotic relationship. The equation was simple: customer sees an ad via media and buys a product via a retail outlet. There is a growing friction between e-commerce and media platforms, which are both competing for a finite amount of consumer attention, and this friction threatens to upend an age-old balance of power, according to a new report. “Word-of-mouth…