Today’s Top Ecommerce News

UniteU to Host Worlds Largest mCommerce Responsive Design Speed Test at IRCE 2014 (Consumer Electronics Net)
“UniteU, a leading omnichannel commerce platform provider and eCommerce integrator for retailers and brands, will be hosting the worlds largest live mCommerce speed test at IRCE 2014 as part of its debut of new, shockingly-fast Hybrid Responsive design technology and the release of the latest features to its uMobile POS solution. The mCommerce speed test will allow event attendees to discover how their mCommerce sites compare to industry leaders in terms of load times and conversions.”

PayPal Launches New Reporting for Businesses and Will Share Big Data (eCommerce Bytes)
“Online merchants will be able to visually see transactions over time through new chart and graph options, allowing them to view a particular month, quarter or year, for example. And, for the first time, businesses will be able to quickly access aggregated, high-level customer data such as total customer transactions for a given period of time, and information on where customers are located globally.”

America’s Main Street meets the web (with a little help from China) (Internet Retailer),  a new U.S.-based e-marketplace owned by Chinese e-commerce powerhouse Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd., launched today with between 1,000 and 2,000 virtual boutiques where shoppers can purchase such niche and hard-to-find items as sunglasses made from wood or a Swiss Army-like iPhone case that holds miniature pens and tools. “We want it to be like shopping Main Street from the web,” says Mike Effle, 11 Main president and general manager.”

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