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  1. Feb 2019
    1. Top Reasons Why to Use Node.js for your E-commerce Business

      The arrival of E-commerce has changed how we shop today in our daily lives. Customers are seen buying on social media channels, Mobile apps, and websites. A set of heavy lighting goes behind an instinctive e-commerce website development that is described by the technical expertise that let into building it.

  2. Jan 2019
    1. If the open source community really wants to make a difference, then the some focus should be directed toward back-end, e-commerce billing systems. The regulatory conditions of the market have reached a point where it is incredibly inefficient for them to be tracked and applied by hand.

      This is an incredibly important point.

  3. Dec 2018
    1. How Mobile App Development Fuel the Success of E-commerce Business

      M-commerce is for the mobile e-commerce. Recent research by Business insider state that the M-commerce will increase by 45% of total e-commerce which equals $284 billion in sales by the end of 2020. So having the mobile app is crucial if you wish your brand to reach across different users. Today the Smartphones have changed the completely the way business used to work. Mobile apps have provided businesses with a more mobile mode of working. Now the smartphones can be smoothly incorporated into all types of businesses- be it small or large businesses, e-commerce or organization. Mobile apps help to improve the way customers communicate with businesses.

    1. Top Reasons Why to Use Node.js for your E-commerce Business

      The arrival of E-commerce has changed how we shop today in our daily lives. Customers are seen buying on social media channels, Mobile apps, and websites. A set of heavy lighting goes behind an instinctive e-commerce website development that is described by the technical expertise that let into building it.

  4. Aug 2016
    1. The problem, as Taylor explained, is that the rise of e-commerce and social media has lowered the cost of entry for new competitors.

      Sounds like a very quick summary of what Ben Thompson was saying two weeks ago. But, in this case, it’s from “the horse’s mouth”.