With social media quickly becoming a shopping avenue, there is an increasing need for order management systems to streamline buying and selling processes.
The social commerce enabler acts as a China-SEA bridge with end-to-end services to microbusiness.
The xCommerce market – which includes e-commerce and other types of online business – will grow rapidly in Asia Pacific, rising from nearly US$7 trillion in 2015 to nearly US$17 trillion in 2019, according to IDC.
LivingSocial Malaysia, in collaboration with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Malaysia, has launched a nationwide campaign to raise funds to protect the country’s marine turtles.
Tribeup believes that its Facebook e-commerce solution application Instapps can make social commerce available to everyone, not just the larger retailers.
MALAYSIANS' propensity for social shopping stands out on a global scale, coming in second place behind Indonesia which took the top spot with 78%, according to a Rakuten survey of the 12 countries it operates in.
StreetDeal.my has launched what it claimed is Malaysia’s first ‘social mall,’ an e-commerce platform which includes local celebrities as ‘Insiders.’
According to a new PayPal survey conducted by GfK to measure the changing ways that consumers shop and pay, Malaysians plan to do nearly half (46%) of all their holiday shopping online this year, which the two companies said would save consumers 36 hours of their time.