Global Ecommerce: Automatic vs Machine vs People Translation for Localisation

Cross border ecommerce is booming. Even just 4 years ago, a Nielsen report suggested that 57% of shoppers had purchased from an overseas retailer in the previous 6 months. In recent months the global COVID-19 has had a huge impact on retail across the globe. Brick and mortar shopping has dropped significantly in the US and UK, with the decline of the total retail market in the US this year is expected to be double

The 6 Roadblocks to Going Global with Your E-Commerce

The shift to omnichannel selling is widely apparent, most recently supported by Nike’s move to sell on both Amazon and Instagram. However, the switch to cross-channel commerce isn’t easy. Merchants and suppliers struggle to keep product information consistent and accurate across all platforms – so much so that 78% of merchants simply can’t keep up with enhanced consumer demands for transparency. into their commerce strategy. 1WorldSync, a leading provider of product content solutions, recently released

Complete™: Cross-Border Commerce from Translation, Shopping, through Fulfillment

Tony Bianco’s designs have been highly sought after in Australia for over forty years, and now the brand has catapulted into the world’s most influential fashion magazines and best-dressed lists by Australian models. Today, many top celebrities and models in the U.S. and throughout Europe can be seen wearing a variety of Tony Bianco shoes and accessories. To help accelerate their international expansion and cross-border demand, Tony Bianco is working with Pitney Bowes to provide

10 Trends to Watch in Digital Marketing for 2016

We’ve got a great marketing podcast coming up where we discuss the incredible changes that are occurring just within the content marketing realm of digital marketing. But digital marketing continues to go through incredible transformations as well. This infographic from Cube points out the latest that marketers should be observing in 2016. Here are 10 Trends in Digital Marketing Return on Investment – the infographic speaks to getting beyond vanity metrics like traffic and shares, but