Looking for the latest retail trends and best practices from the most inspiring brands and key opinion leaders? We’ve got you covered! Since retail is one of our favorite topics and we’re always looking into what’s trending in the retail world, we now share with you our takeaways from the most recent edition of the Internet Retailing Expo that took place in Birmingham, UK, in April.
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Artificial intelligence (AI) has long been integrated into game design, and it’s now at the forefront of some of the industry’s most cutting-edge techniques. Machine learning—an area of AI where the computer is able to learn and adapt to new data without being explicitly programmed–now offers game developers a massive advantage in one significant area: reducing payment fraud. Read more “How the video gaming industry is using machine learning to fight fraud”
For all the buzz around it, virtual reality (VR) has yet to truly take off. Although it hasn’t exactly had a breakthrough, VR gaming is seeing lateral growth and innovation across a range of trends. Here are the ones to keep your eye on. Read more “VR gaming trends to watch out for in 2018 “
In an industry as rapidly changing as gaming, it’s never easy to predict the future. At Acapture, however, we specialize in staying ahead of the curve when it comes to payments. Here’s our view on how some of the current trends in gaming could influence video game payments solutions in the coming years.
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In the omnichannel retail era, merchants have an ever increasing amount of payment data streaming back to them from various sources – in-store, online, mobile and social. This massive volume of information is one of the modern retailer’s most valuable assets when it comes to better understanding their consumer, improving their payment authorization rates and locking out fraud. And yet, properly leveraging payment data requires expertise, resources and a lot of time. That’s why, of the mountains of data produced, less than 0.5% is ever analysed and used by retailers.
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On May 30 and 31, two major conferences will be hitting Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam: Tech Live! and Ecommerce Live! Created by Emerce, these major events will deliver a complete view of where the current ecommerce market is headed and how those involved in the sector should prepare.
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The German ecommerce market is the second biggest in Europe and the fifth biggest in the world. With extremely healthy online sales figures of USD64 billion (tipped to hit USD83 billion by 2018) it’s a good time for international merchants to consider moving into this lucrative, booming region.
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For an online travel agency (OTA), entering new markets presents a specific set of complications. Not only are you juggling languages, legislation and currencies, you’re also dealing with travelers from different cultures who may expect different things from the experience. The only way to survive when expanding internationally is product localization using in-depth knowledge of your target region.
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A must-see collection of insights into how shifts in consumer technology will shape consumer behavior between now and 2020.
With 380 million shoppers and an annual revenue of USD670 billion, Chinese ecommerce is one of the most exciting sectors in the world. Breaking into the market is not a simple process, however. The Chinese online shoppers is extremely choosy about where and how they buy their products. Unless you understand their preferences, it will be impossible to get their attention in such a competitive region.