How alternate payment and delivery options can increase your conversion
With 7 out of 10 shopping carts being abandoned, it’s imperative that you continue to evaluate your user journey, particularly on the checkout page.
This webinar will look at the latest technology innovations that are helping businesses build trust with consumers and reduce cart abandonment.
Part 1: The rise of buy now, pay later
Control, convenience and choice are at the top of Millennial wishlists, and it’s no surprise that alternative payment methods have grown so rapidly in recent years
Join Richard Blakeborough from Klarna, one of Europe’s largest payment solutions, as they discuss businesses that have increased their order value and purchase frequency, by offering consumers the option of paying in instalments.
Part 2: Expanding your delivery options
Delivery is often stated as a key reason for shopping cart abandonment. Consumers now expect to be able to choose a delivery option that suits their needs, whether they be transit time, cost or convenience.
Join Bobbie Ttooulis from Global Freight Solutions (GFS), a provider of automated logistics solutions, for a discussion about businesses which have lowered their cart abandonment by providing delivery options that fit consumers’ lifestyle and routine.
Richard has worked in business development within a variety of industries for the last 14 years before settling into fintech. At Klarna, he helps enterprise merchants change the way their customers buy with a particular emphasis on creating a smoooth customer journey with innovative payment methods such as Pay Later in 30 days & Pay later in 3 instalments.
GFS helps you grow your business by taking care of all your parcel delivery needs from checkout to doorstep – anywhere in the world. Our Enterprise Carrier Management solution provides expert managed parcel services that are supported by a full technology suite comprising of labelling, despatch and reporting software, including a checkout plugin that calculates delivery options and duties and taxes at point of sale. This gives retailers easy access to the expertise, services and tools they need to take complexity out of delivery, so they can focus on selling more.
Jake Estes is a EMEA Solutions Engineer, for Avalara, the global leader in sales tax and VAT automation. For five years Jake has helped businesses utilise Avalara’s solutions to manage their US and global indirect tax compliance. Jake holds degrees from Washington State University (BA) and the University of Buckingham (MBA).