The annual 2012 e-Commerce awards powered by Jump Shopping is in full swing. This South African awards have been designed to recognise and reward South African websites that have demonstrated excellence in their use of the Internet as a platform for e-Commerce. This year we nominated Realmdigital's largest e-Commerce client; Exclus1ves. Exclus1ves has displayed nothing but innovation in their e-Commerce store this year with their recent launch of Stickers. Exclus1ves should definitely be getting your vote. So vote Exclus1ves today!
Van Schaik has been nominated in the annual South African eCommerce Awards. The awards aim to recognise and reward South African websites that have demonstrated excellence in their use of the Internet as a platform for eCommerce. The new Van Schaik website was developed by Realmdigital and enables students across Africa to purchase products online. Vote for Van Schaik in the 2012 South African eCommerce Awards today!
Van Schaik books are leaders in suppliers of academic books and textbooks, they also have a large range of non-book items such as CDís, DVDís, lifestyle accessories, and electronic products. Realmdigital developed an e-commerce website for them that allows them to sell all their products online via payment gates such as Eduloan, Mastercard, Visa, Mimoney, as well as through safe electronic transfers using SafeShop.
Exclus1ves has recently launched their new retail gamification campaign for their online store. Stickers, which is said to be a possible world first innovation allows the concept of gamification to be implemented the users online shopping experience. Customers are now being rewarded by doing certain things on the Exclus1ves site. This fun campaign is going to change the way online shoppers interact with products and influences their decisions to purchase.
We are proud to announce that the brand new Paperight site has gone live. Paperight turns any business with a printer and an Internet connection into a print-on-demand bookstore. This website allows users to print out books, magazines, manuals, comics and other documents for customers legally and quickly. Paperight charges copy shops a licence fee, on behalf of publishers, for the right to print and sell copies.