In our last article, we talked about a young consumer electronics company who wanted to maximize their ROI when they decided to venture into the world of online business. To do so, they had to find ways to reduce their operational costs. But reducing costs is only half the story.
k-eCommerce is pleased to announce that we have met the new requirements in full and our certification as a PCI DSS 3.2 Level 1 Service Provider was re-validated for 2018. This means that you and your customers can rest assured that all credit card data is handled with the absolute highest degree of security when doing business with any k-eCommerce web store.
When a consumer electronics company decided to open a new web store, this meant finding ways to reduce costs to ensure they saw a substantial ROI for their eCommerce investment.
Imagine the world’s largest shopping mall, with hundreds of millions of customers from all over the world strolling the mezzanine 24 hours a day, all year round. Better known as social media.
Growing your business doesn’t always take complex strategizing. Sometimes even simple details can promote major expansion.
Thinking about opening a new web store in 2018? Here’s a checklist of the seven critical components of a winning web store.
Ready to make 2018 the year your web store takes the net by storm? eCommerce success goes far beyond the first sale. If you want to keep clients coming back, you’ll need the right knowledge.
Here’s a look at three easy eCommerce marketing tools to enhance the selling power of your k-eCommerce web store and win this holiday season.
While PCI compliance in your workplace and business practices remains your responsibility, reliable eCommerce companies have their solutions PCI-certified themselves, and keep their certification up-to-date with an annual audit. That means you can rest easy from the very beginning with a system proven to keep your customers’ data safe.
You’ve got the products. You’ve got the logistics. You’ve got the store. Now how do you keep your eCommerce clients coming back for more? Customer experience.