We take a look at the prices offered by payment gateways in India in the year 2014.
Flipkart talks about it’s plans to open up different parts of the e-commerce platform for third parties and its increasing focus on mobile.
When the gold rush happened, toolmakers made more money than the miners. India’s Ecommerce gold rush is no different.
The new year got off to a great start with a slew of startup fundraising and acquisition announcements. The streak seems to be continuing this week too, with one of the highlights being BankBazaar raising $13 mn funding from Sequoia Capital & Walden.
The new year is off to a kick ass beginning with a few startups announcing their fundraise and Bangalore based Little Eye Labs’ getting acquired by social networking giant Facebook. The acquisition could be one of the many to come this year.
Here’s wishing all our readers a Happy New Year! Last week, being the end of the year 2013, we covered some of the major trends of 2013. We published a 100+ list of most promising startups from the country.
For all those who missed out on the action, here is a curated list of all the stuff that we covered last week.
Online retailer Flipkart’s payment solution PayZippy has launched a new feature where customers can now store their card information so that you don’t have to key it in every time you want to make a payment on a merchant site.
It is now up to Malviya and his army of engineers to keep the company ahead of the technology curve, even as Amazon brings world class tech to tap India’s growing e-commerce market.
What makes a gateway secure? I thought it best to pick some of the standard industry practices and check if the gateways are following them.
The Indian Ecommerce market has grown well over the last few years, but the underlying infrastructure, i.e. the payment gateways haven’t scaled to match the growth.
Hello Gateways!, your merchants needs food not air i.e. they need 99% successful transaction not 0% processing fee.
There are multiple aspects that needs to be analysed properly before you can think of an eCommerce venture. The taxations and legal requirements are fairly complex especially because you deal with customers across India and is bound to follow various laws & taxes related to different states.
On a conference call on Wednesday, Sachin Bansal, the Co-Founder & CEO of Flipkart talked about the company’s future plans, the growth of e-commerce market and government regulations. Edited Excerpts.