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Most e-commerce sites ‘disturbingly slow’

 

July 06, 2017  

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  1. Most e-commerce sites ‘disturbingly slow’
  2. Gemalto aims to make branded credit cards more accessible to consumers
  3. Retail Roundup—H&M expands in India; Retail closings rise 218%

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Most e-commerce sites ‘disturbingly slow’

In a recent study by Retail Systems Research, it took an average of 9.5 seconds for a website to load on mobile and 16.6 seconds to load on desktop.

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Gemalto aims to make branded credit cards more accessible to consumers

Retailers know store-branded credit cards keep consumers coming back, but asking them to enroll at checkout or by mail can be hit-or-miss and puts store employees in charge of anti-fraud checks. With a new self-serve kiosk from Gemalto, large retailers can lift that burden from employees and make enrollment more convenient for customers, providing them with an instantly issued, branded credit card they can use that day.

Retail Roundup—H&M expands in India; Retail closings rise 218%

H&M is adding stores and e-commerce in India, Weddington Way opens in Banana Republic, retail closings continue to stack up, plus more need-to-know news from the world of retail.

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