This is the second feature in a our 6-part series from our COO, "Thinking Like a Tech Company in 2018". This series highlights the shifts in consumer behavior and its impact on how we do business today.
What’s a safe way to ensure that clickwrap agreements are valid and enforceable? Learn from companies like Safeway. In 2011, Safeway quietly updated its terms and services to reflect the difference between its delivery and in-store prices. The problem? When a company updates its terms of service, it's making a new offer to its users, which requires acceptance.
Finding a cool tech gift for the developer on your list is hard enough, yet alone figuring out what they want in their world of coding.
At PactSafe, we spend a large amount of our time thinking about this. The fact of the matter is that no matter how cool a software idea is, if implementation is a hassle—developers are not going to be sprinting towards adoption.
Sales terms that easily embed into ecommerce checkout flows provide an easy route to recording affirmative acceptance from online users.
We love e-commerce and the everchanging products/services being made available to consumers like us! New e-commerce efforts are emerging so often, it's difficult to keep up. Here are 6 e-commerce companies that we think are doing some pretty cool stuff.
If you're selling nearly any service or product online, there's probably a better-than-not chance that you've dealt with chargebacks, or you're going to soon. A 2012 JP Morgan survey on the subject of online payment fraud found that merchants lost over $1.5 BILLION to chargeback disputes in a single year alone.