Commerce news stories - Page 2
BWX announces new warehouse utilising Dematic automated solution
Australian natural wellness and beauty company BWX has recently gone through a period of sustained growth, expanding its Melbourne operations with the announcement of a new highly automated manufacturing DC.
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Salesforce and AWS partner for video-streaming commerce offering
Salesforce and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have collaborated to create a new customisable direct-to-consumer (D2C) offering for next-generation video streaming.
Ingram Micro Cloud, Microsoft partner on new commerce experience
The new commerce experience adds per-seat based offers for Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, Power Platform, and Windows 365 users.
Forter launches Smart Payments offering for digital commerce
2Forter has launched Smart Payments, a new offering designed to increase conversion rates and digital commerce revenue.
Snapchat and Ticketmaster announce new media innovation
Snapchat and Ticketmaster have announced a partnership that is set to change the ways of event commerce and media.
Predicted travel surge prompts Mystifly to implement new travel commerce solution
The design is formatted to offer a continuous stream of shopping results from Mystiflyers airfare marketplace and actively process close to 300 itinerary options per shopping query.
Netcetera partners with EML Payments Ltd. to enhance secure payment solutions
EML Payments Ltd. has partnered with secure digitisation company Netcetera to implement their state-of-the-art Access Control Server (ACS), which includes a Risk Based Authentication (RBA) solution.
App tourism is on the rise according to new report
Data and analytics company App Annie has partnered with marketing measurement platform AppsFlyer to produce a report titled: 'State of App Marketing in Australia and New Zealand'.
Copyright law won't cover streaming: MED
Internet organisation assured sites like YouTube will be exempt.
Telecom ordered to pay $120k
Company admits to breaching the Fair Trading Act and told to refund 1300 broadband customers.
Copyright law changes before Parliament
A bill repealing Section 92A of the Copyright Act is being<br />introduced into Parliament today by Commerce Minister Simon Power.
Heavy penalties for three-time copyright offenders
Fines of up to $15,000 and Internet disconnection for up to six months are the penalties planned for repeat offenders under changes to Section 92A of the Copyright Act, just released by the government.
Very High Speed Broadband
Telecom is trialling new technology to turbo-charge broadband speeds, but it could be a while before users can take advantage of it.