Cybersecurity is certainly one of the organisation’s most pivotal areas of focus. Cybercrime is a continually evolving threat, and companies need to ensure that they are keeping up with, and staying ahead of cyber criminals to protect their organisations.
Inventory management has been described as one of the most challenging elements in an e-commerce business. in their businesses. Statistics have shown that 75% of all supply chain professionals think that their inventory management processes can be improved upon. Furthermore, 48% of all companies actually say that they would like to re-evaluate where their warehouse is located.
Driving traffic to your site is one thing, but actually getting the visitors to convert to loyal, paying customers is another. And, as an e-commerce company, this is your bread and butter, so getting your conversion rates increased is critical.
Over the years, B2C e-commerce has been steadily increasing in and around Southern Africa, with experts anticipating the growth to be maintained over the years. However, things took a sudden turn in 2020, with the impact of COVID-19 and the e–commerce industry found itself in a launch seat, ready to take off.
Cybercrime still remains to be one of the biggest invisible digital threats sweeping the globe and costing companies billions of dollars in losses. And the fact is that billion dollar losses do not only happen to large corporations. Smaller companies are also at risk of losing their business to cybercrime.