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Digital Commerce Services 2021–2022 RadarView™
The Digital Commerce Services 2021–2022 RadarView™ provides information to assist enterprises in building an integrated digital commerce strategy and charting out an action plan for digital commerce transformation. It identifies key global service providers and system integrators that can help expedite a customer’s commerce transformation journey. It also brings out detailed capability and experience analyses of leading providers to assist enterprises in identifying the right strategic partners. The 67-page report also highlights key industry trends in the digital commerce space and Avasant’s viewpoint on them.
Digital Commerce: Paving the Way for the Next Phase of Growth
Rapidly changing consumer behavior and supply chain disruptions have forced companies to pivot to new business and delivery models and to deploy new modes of customer engagement. Direct-to-consumer (D2C) commerce, omnichannel commerce, and adoption of digital channels for sales and payments have grown rapidly during and after pandemic shutdowns. This led to a growing demand for digital commerce services across industry verticals with service providers expanding their revenues by nearly 30% between 2020 and 2021. These emerging trends are covered in Avasant’s Digital Commerce Services 2021–2022 RadarView™.
Consumer Concerns About Credit Card Numbers (June 2002)
Americans are very concerned about someone obtaining their credit, debit, or check card numbers, and with good reason. According to a recent Paymentech survey of 800 adults, almost half the population is more concerned about someone obtaining their credit, check, or debit numbers than about losing their car keys, checkbook, appointment book, cell phone, or even having someone hack into their computer files. Yet 35% of those polled said they are just a little or not at all concerned that many receipts expose entire account numbers and expiration dates.
The Internet Is Not Making Paper Go Away (April 2002)
Despite the immense popularity of paperless media such as email and the Internet, a study by Lexmark reveals that the need for printing remains as strong as everâand is growing. Results of the study also offer details on home and office printing and the future of printing technologies and applications, including public preferences for wireless printing, while dispelling a number of popular misconceptions about printing trends. The survey, conducted in 4Q01 by the opinion and market research firm SWR Worldwide, included 500 respondents who use computer printers both at home and in the workplace on a regular basis.
Colleges are Leveraging the Internet (April 2002)
U.S. colleges are leveraging the Internet more than ever for their promotion, prospecting, and recruitment efforts according to a survey by TMP Worldwide. The findings point to an increased adoption of technology among colleges and universities as well as more sophisticated utilization, which is enabling institutions to achieve significantly greater results in all three admissions marketing areas.