Here is a list of mid-May product releases and updates from companies offering online retailer services. There are updates on online payments, loyalty programs, sales on Amazon, virtual reality and more.
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Product releases for e-commerce
Square launches Online Checkout. Square has launched Online Checkout, which facilitates e-commerce payments without the need for an online store. Create a payment link in just a few steps, give it a name, a price and save. Then it is ready to be shared. Send the link via email, text or social media. Customers click on and take them to a simple safe where they only need to enter their name, email address and credit card or other payment information. Traders pay 2.9 percent + 30 ¢ per transaction.
Plastiq accelerates new credit card acceptance product. Plastiq, an intelligent payment service for small and medium-sized businesses, has announced that the acceleration of Plastiq's card acceptance product is faster. Plastiq's enhanced payment acceptance features help businesses get paid faster and more reliably from the end of the third quarter of 2020. Plastiq enables small and medium-sized businesses to accept credit card payments for free without having to pay the typical fee of 2.5 to 4 percent that traditional payment service providers charge out. SMB who sign up for waiting list will have early access to Plastiq's product approval card free of charge from May 24, with general availability this summer.
Amazon Advertising launches Learning Console for new courses and certifications. Amazon Advertising has launched an instruction management system for its customers to learn new skills or dive deep into a subject by filling in learning pathways, which are multiple modules in specific subject areas. Individuals can validate their knowledge and demonstrate performance by sharing certification marks with colleagues, clients and their social networks.
Pinterest launches the app on Shopify. Pinterest launches a new app with Shopify that gives merchants a quick way to upload catalogs to Pinterest and turn their products into buyable product pins. The Pinterest app on Shopify includes a range of shopping features such as tag installation, directory integration, automatic daily product updates, and an interface for ad purchases. Once the app is installed, retailers allow you to distribute a tag on their website, upload their product catalog and quickly publish product pins in stock. Companies will also see a store tab on their profile as a further way of discovering their products.
Promote street pickup in local Google ads. Local inventory ads allow retailers to show consumers available products for nearby store pickup. Merchants can state (in local ads for ads) if they offer pickup at the streets. The local plaster stock inventory ads are in beta and available to advertisers who have completed onboarding for store pickup. Merchants can request an examination of their eligibility.
Virtual reality provider SPACES launches e-commerce platform with Digital River. Digital River, a global e-commerce brand, has announced that SPACES, which delivers immersive virtual reality experiences, leverages its MyCommerce platform to offer its new SPACES VR video conferencing application to users worldwide. With Digital River & # 39; s MyCommerce service, SPACES was able to quickly get started on its e-commerce operation with a flexible, subscription-based offer and features like free trial and product upgrades. MyCommerce allows SPACES to enter global markets; Digital River handles the back-end complexity of taxes, compliance, fraud, risks and location.
Worldpay from FIS enables a click on Google Pay integration for merchants. FIS, a global payment processing provider, has announced the addition of Google Pay to its online retailer payment site host. Merchants can now enable Google Pay to enable express checkout online. This integration allows Google Pay to leverage WorldPay's footprint and operate cross-border payment processing in 155 countries.
Springbot integrates with Smile.io for customer loyalty. Springbot, a data-driven e-commerce marketing platform, has announced a new integration with Smile.io, a rewards program provider, which gives Springbot merchants access to customer loyalty data to create customized marketing. Marketers can see these unique results in marketing campaigns and segment customers by loyalty status or balance of points for further engagement.
Amazon sidecar launches new features. Sidecar has developed new features for its Sidecar for Amazon service to drive more customized ad campaign structuring and reporting that is otherwise unavailable on the Amazon advertising platform. Resellers can now implement nested ad campaigns, in addition to Amazon's original campaign structure. The sidecar has also added a reporting enhancement that allows retailers to see how a measurement type or match type performs across all ad groups and campaigns.
Namogoo acquires Personali for customer engagement. Namogoo, a platform that prevents customer travel hijacking, has acquired Personali, a company that specializes in artificial intelligence-driven behavioral analytics tools. The acquisition allows Namogoo to offer a more robust set of services for both new and existing e-commerce customers, with solutions to increase customer engagement, loyalty and conversions. Namogoo's client-side platform uses machine learning to prevent unauthorized ads from disrupting (and redirecting) online customer travel.
Adobe supports Magento Solution Partner developers. Adobe has announced a new service that allows its partners to temporarily assign their Magento talents to Adobe's development projects, including initiatives from the Magento Community Engineering Program. This initiative will provide Solution Partners with significant funding to reinstall skilled Magento development resources and reduce the need to compete or lay off highly qualified team members due to business disruptions.