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Jumio Launches BAM Checkout to Further Streamline Mobile Transactions

Despite a steady stream of new apps vying for consumer attention and numbers predicting the highest mobile holiday shopping season to date, shopping cart abandonment is a problem that continues to plague etailers, with rates of checkout abandonment on the rise. Today, Jumio introduces BAM Checkout, a new, all-in-one credit card and identification scanning technology for mobile retailers Click to continue →

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Industry News: South Korean ID system to be rebuilt from scratch

South Korea’s national identity card system may need a complete overhaul following huge data thefts dating back to 2004.The government is considering issuing new ID numbers to every citizen aged over 17, costing billions of dollars. BBC News  –  South Korean ID system to be rebuilt from scratch

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Industry News: SingPost to build $143m e-commerce logistics hub

Singapore Post has unveiled plans to establish a major new eCommerce Logistics Hub to take forward its expanding e-commerce operations in the Asia Pacific region. The S$182m ($143m USD), 553,000 square foot facility will include a fully-automated parcel sorting system on the ground floor, with two warehousing floors above. Post and Parcel  –  SingPost to build $143m e-commerce logistics hub

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easyJet’s mobile app reaches new heights with help from Jumio

easyJet’s mobile app has been downloaded over 10 million times to date. Now, the check in process for easyJet customers will be even easier, thanks to Jumio’s Fastfill, enabling passengers to scan their passports using their mobile phones. This data extraction solution has been integrated into easyJet’s mobile app. As the UK’s largest airline, easyJet Click to continue →

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Industry News: For Snapdeal, Myntra and eBay, how to win e-commerce battle in India

With the growth of online websites both international and local, we are increasingly noticing that the Internet-savvy Indian customer is ready to shop online for everything from groceries to jewellery and beyond. The increasing broadband penetration and the flood of e-commerce companies have helped carve a ripe industry, providing opportunities and flexibility to consumers and businesses Click to continue →

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Industry News: Pernod Ricard hints at Internet of Things and e-commerce trials as Project Gutenberg moves ‘at a pace’.

Drinks company Pernod Ricard has hinted that a trial for its Internet of Things (IoT) endeavour, Project Gutenberg, which aims to revolutionise the “bar at home” concept could be rolled out in the near future. Speaking to The Drum, chief marketing officer Martin Riley, who recently announced he would be retiring from the company in January Click to continue →

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Fortune - J.C. Penney plots e-commerce comeback

J.C. Penney is in the midst of an e-commerce renaissance, but the department store chain needs to maintain its newfound momentum. Internet Retailing  –  Dixons Carphone sees ecommerce benefit post-merge. Dixons Carphone says it is starting to see the benefits of the merger between Dixons Retail and Carphone Warehouse in its ecommerce business.Updating investors on its post-merger Click to continue →

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