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Interview with Peter Caparso of Adyen

August 26, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team We always love it when we get a chance to sit down with a dedicated ecommerce professional and get some inside insight on their unique part of the ecommerce world. This week we’re lucky enough to have Peter Caparso, President North America for Adyen, an electronic payment solution. You started as “President ... Read More »

Jumio Turns WordPress Sites Into Quick Ecommerce Platforms

August 26, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team It was just in March there were murmurs about a new startup under the name Jumio raising millions of dollars from one of Facebook’s co-founder, but remained in stealth mode, piquing the interests of the tech world. Then last month, people were introduced to why Jumio was flying under the radar as ... Read More »

Ecommerce Solution Tinypay.me Moving from NL to San Fransisco

August 25, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team The San Fransisco area is a hotbed for the tech industry. From established companies such as Apple to sucessful start ups like Airbnb, the Bay Area plays host to some very exciting new ideas. Today, ecommerce site Tinypay.me announced that it is using some of it’s new funding to move from its ... Read More »

Bleacher Report Scores Big with $22M Funding

August 25, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team San Francisco-based sports media startup, Bleacher Report is showing that the digital sports content space is about going big or going home, and with a multi-million dollar investment in its corner, this is a company with no plans to leave anytime soon. Wednesday, Bleacher Report announced it had closed on a $22 ... Read More »

Group Commerce Acquires Geo-Location Startup Socialight

August 24, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team Group Commerce, a New York based company that offers turn-key solutions for companies looking to offer their own daily deals, has acquired geo-location start-up Socialight. The Socialight team and technology will be put toward developing Group Commerce’s mobile strategy, Group Commerce CEO Jonty Kelt and Socialight founder Dan Melinger said. Terms of ... Read More »

New Debit Card Rules May Benefit Ecommerce Solutions

August 24, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team Less than two months ago, the Federal Reserve Board issued a ruling that would reduce fees for purchases made using debit cards. Already the survey group “Internet Retailer” has conducted a thorough survey of ecommerce solution owners to see how the newly reduced fees would impact their businesses. The findings show that ... Read More »

Deem Travel Is First-in-Class Ecommerce Software Hybrid

August 23, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team There are a ton of ecommerce software platforms out there determined to try to get you the best deal, save you some money, and of course, convince you to spend your money with them instead of anywhere else. From Priceline to Travelocity to Kayak and now even Groupon in getting into the ... Read More »

SCVNGR and Topshop Bring Mobile Gaming to Back to School Shopping

August 23, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team It’s that time of year again when students of all ages are getting ready to head back to school. Of course, what goes hand in hand is the marathon season of back-to-school shopping which includes finding (and being overloaded with) brick and mortar retailers and retailers set up with ecommerce solutions offering ... Read More »

Maker of Priceline Ecommerce Solution Mounts Lawsuits

August 23, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team Priceline, the travel ecommerce solution that specializes in name-you-price deals and other great savings for shoppers, is seeing record profits and surging stock prices. Earnings per share are up around nine dollars, a dollar or more above the eight or so dollars that Bloomberg had previously predicted. The stock price leaped up ... Read More »

Rdio Offers Streaming Music Family Plans

August 23, 2011 By the ZippyCart Content Team News is very cyclical. A few weeks ago, all anyone could talk about was online, streaming music services. Cloud music players were all the rage, as were online music ecommerce solutions that would let you listen to tracks, buy them, and store them remotely. Spotify made landfall in the US, only to ... Read More »