Irving, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/28/2014 -- Zorbis, a firm that provides enterprise web solutions to some of the leading companies in the world, urges businesses to maximize their earning potential by optimizing their online stores.
This is in the wake of a recent survey by Nielsen Global which showed that Internet penetration has continued to expand around the globe, with online shopping increasing its influence in the developing regions of Asia-Pacific and Latin America.
Zorbis believes that companies which have e-commerce stores are in a better chance to cash in on the burgeoning online shopping market. It encourages companies to team up with a reputable web applications development firm in putting up their own online stores so that they won’t be left behind by their competitors.
According to Nielsen’s study, Latin Americans are very enthusiastic when it comes to online shopping although the online retail infrastructure is still lacking to translate into conversion opportunities for companies. The research also detailed other barriers to e-commerce success like slow Internet, shipping costs, taxes as well as delivery logistics. The same study showed that Asia is still far from being a mature market for online shopping, although there is a significant amount of tech-savvy consumers in the region who have already turned to online shopping.
It also revealed that in the United Kingdom and France, traditional markets and grocery retailers have jumped on the online shopping bandwagon.
In Great Britain, online shopping for fast moving consumer goods jumped by 70 million from 2013 to the end of the first quarter of 2014.
Zorbis provides web solutions to some of the top companies in the world. It is backed by professional corps of programmers with relevant working experience in e-commerce web solutions. For more information, visit http://www.zorbis.com.
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