Date: 10th June 2020
Time : 12:30 PM IST / 3:00 PM SGT & MYT
In 2019, eCommerce was responsible for around $3.5 trillion in sales and was expected to hit $4.9 trillion by 2021. These predictions are not accurate anymore considering the current state of affairs. In the past 2 months, both the market landscape and consumer behaviour has changed. The global eCommerce sales in April showed 209 per cent growth compared to the same period last year. It clearly depicts the digital journey of many SMEs. As more and more businesses realize that taking the digital route is the viable option, a question raises on how to set up an eCommerce store in a short period. In this webinar, you will learn
- The latest eCommerce Growth trends
- The Necessity of an eCommerce store considering the current situation
- How to commence the eCommerce journey by identifying the platform that works best for your business.
- A comparison of popular e-commerce platforms available in the market
- How SpreeCommerce can be a scalable and robust open-source option
- How can Indium and SpreeCommerce be the ideal fit for you in this journey!
Anand VenkatesanVP - Delivery
Anand is a leader with proven success in the areas of Program and Project Management. He has led People Management practices for global teams spanning across Americas, Europe and APAC. He has pioneered several transformational initiatives in the areas of Delivery, Product development and LEAN practices over the last 13 years. Anand is passionate about technology and leveraged them for clients to create business value, with an emphasis in Retail domain
Aarthy RamachandranSolution Architect
Aarthy has been in the field of Information Technology for almost a decade now. She has rich expertise in Assisting customers by defining business and technical requirements and specifications. She specializes in design, development and deployment of an object-oriented application using Hybris, Spring, Java and Perl. She also has experience in developing functionality based UI tools to integrate services. Programming and EIM design for data processing, data mining and extraction for customized reporting.