Understanding Ecommerce: Part I



eCommerce is all about buying and selling products and services through digital channels, and it can take many forms.


Although certain technologies that later enabled eCommerce started in 1994, it wasn’t until the late 1990s that mass access to the internet and the implementation of security protocols paved the way to the platforms we know today.


In an increasingly digital world, eCommerce sales are projected to reach $5 trillion by 2023. The truth is it can help organizations of all industries and sizes. Among many other things, it allows managing personalized content and an unlimited number of products while promoting a tailored client experience. With eCommerce, it is easy to position your business worldwide, reaching clients outside predetermined geographic limits and creating a network of international clients.


You can expect to work with self-managing platforms, achieving integrations with your ERP, WHM, CRM, and different payment methods, and generating omnichannel practices for clients.


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