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Where is E-Commerce Going?

E-commerce is constantly changing; in fact, that is the only aspect of e-commerce that stays the same. Customers want the latest, best, and most convenient, all at the click of a button. Is it possible that brick and mortar stores will go along the wayside? Or will it continue to keep up with e-commerce, continuing its own set of loyal customers? Or will the two work together in perfect harmony?

With E-commerce, there are many options available to companies as far as product pricing, shipping, and customer service. Take for example, Amazon, with its forward-thinking business ideas, such as their proposed use of drones to deliver smaller packages. Additionally, in some parts of the U.S., they also deliver on Sundays.

And we can expect that continued efforts will be made to streamline the E-commerce process and to make sure that the customers are happy and hopefully remain loyal. There are many aspects to E-commerce that can be improved upon in order to keep business running smoothly.

Device Optimisation

One aspect of E-commerce that will evolve is that of screen resolutions. Screen resolutions will continue to get better. And to make sure that businesses are ready, they will certainly upgrade their software to accommodate these necessary and inevitable changes.

A new technology that is coming out is retina devices. However, most online retailers are not technologically-ready for retina devices. As they become more popular among consumers, all online retailers will need to convert to this new-age technology. The fact is, consumers demand bigger and better, and that is definitely the case when it comes to People want to see visual detail of products, they don’t want images created of pixels. Generally, it is best to aim for images there about 300 pixels per inch.

Another trending method for E-commerce are mobile phones. Consumers are constantly on the go, and demand access to products anytime, anywhere. It’s probably safe to say that almost all online stores are compatible on mobile devices. All buttons and images should be evenly-proportioned, and easy to go right to. without any manipulation of the size of the screen. Users should be able to find the products they are looking for, with the prices clearly-labeled. And, users shouldn’t have to settle for a downgraded version of a website when the search while using their phone.

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Users can also expect a lot more personalisation from their E-commerce experience, especially since there will be new merchants arriving on the scene. One such area that will benefit from personalisation is the fashion industry. In the near future, fashion will receive a makeover. An algorithm will be able to accurately suggest what to buy, instead of personal shoppers.

Cloud-based shopping will also greatly improve the business process with product data software. Using the software, business owners will be able to track sales trends and possibly even forecast future ones.

E-commerce will definitely continue to expand. Some solutions haven’t been conceived yet. However, with the power of technology, coupled with the amazing human mind, the future of E-commerce appears to be limitless.