TLG has launched its latest development: integrated WeChat stores. Thanks to TLG’s advanced eCommerce solution, our clients can accept WeChat payment both on Desktop as well as in-app, all by keeping a consolidated stock and offering advanced eCommerce features.
Split your target market into different areas for advanced control
Integrate and synchronize LogiCommerce with your ERP system
Choose what content is shown to selected areas and customers
Operate multiple warehouses from one single control point
Set personalized actions for different statuses, increase productivity with automated operations
Filter your newsletter by custom tags to reach selected targets only
Full control over your shop and customers, in real time
All the resources your store needs, when you need it
Restrict the access to sensitive areas of your store to selected users
Sell products directly from your blog posts
Founded when nobody believed in eCommerce
Providing profitable eCommerce solutions
70 experts delivering the best of two worlds
Enabling retailers to sell more online
TLG take care of all your digital operations
Agile eCommerce features development
We all are aware of the eCommerce giants globally, Amazon, Alibaba (Tmall, JD, Taobao) in China, Hong Kong and Asia. Most businesses use these channels to increase sales and boost their brand’s presence. However, the draw backs are: No control over customer data or data analytics Inability to upsell and gain proper margin with different...
The post Standalone eCommerce Software in China, Hong Kong and Asia: a comparison appeared first on CHINA & HONG KONG ECOMMERCE NEWS.
With Oculus, Samsung, Sony, Google and Xiaomi all competing for positions in the market, VR is rapidly growing. Researchers predicted that there will be 2 million—non-Google Cardboard—virtual reality headsets in consumers’ hands by the end of this year and 36.9 million by the end of 2020. It is estimated that the VR industry will be...
The post Virtual reality (VR) and eCommerce – The next big thing for online stores? appeared first on CHINA & HONG KONG ECOMMERCE NEWS.
Wechat just reached a milestone of over 800 million monthly active users in Q2, up from 762 million in Q1. The data was disclosed by Tencent, the tech giant which owns Wechat, and reported by various Chinese news outlets. Along with the monthly users, Tencent grew in advertising sales revenue, reaching 6.5 billion yuan, a massive 60%...
The post WeChat just reached 800 million users – Can it grow even further? appeared first on CHINA & HONG KONG ECOMMERCE NEWS.
China has recently tightened the regulation for publishing ads on search engines such as Baidu, according to the documents published by the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), which also demands improvement in the censorship system, as well as the removal of any content deemed illegal. The regulations have been published after the tragic death of Wei Zexi,...
The post China Tightens Search Engine Ads Following Death of Cancer Patient appeared first on CHINA & HONG KONG ECOMMERCE NEWS.
The post Open your WeChat store with TLG Commerce integrated Wechat Payment! appeared first on CHINA & HONG KONG ECOMMERCE NEWS.
China Cross-Border eCommerce has been growing steadily in the last few years, and it’s showing no sign of stopping. According to estimations, cross-border eCommerce transactions reached over 250 billion renminbi (USD 40 billion) in 2015. According to a report published by Paypal, 81% of Chinese consumer shoppers purchased products online, of which 35% also engaged in...
TLG eCommerce Agency is proud to announce one of the most awaited development in China eCommerce: the WeChat Payment integration for online stores. WeChat Payment has been steadily expanding in China, and it has from a platform for transferring small amount of money between friends and relatives to a fully-fledged platform where all kind of transactions take...
The post TLG eCommerce Agency to provide WeChat Payment integration for online stores appeared first on CHINA & HONG KONG ECOMMERCE NEWS.
Despite the skyrocketing growth witnessed by eCommerce in China, shoppers in the Asian giant are more concerned about online payment security than buyers located in other countries, according to a research published by WorldPay. According to the study, over 25% of the 430 million Chinese online shoppers consider online payment security as the most important...
The post Online Payment Security Top Concern for Chinese Shoppers appeared first on CHINA & HONG KONG ECOMMERCE NEWS.
Before Alibaba launched Alipay in 2004, I can assure you that it was very difficult for Chinese consumers to pay online. For example, in 2004 only 1% of Chinese had credit cards. Also Chinese banks had not developed any system to facilitate online transactions and eCommerce was still in its infancy in the country. It...
The post Alipay versus Tenpay: The China Online Payment Systems Rivalry appeared first on CHINA & HONG KONG ECOMMERCE NEWS.
PayPal, which has just spun off from PayPal and is currently evaluated at USD 50 billion, is now launching a new service in China in collaboration with UnionPay, which aims at facilitating cross-border ecommerce for Chinese shoppers. After failing its plan to become a major payment provider in China due to the so far unbeatable competition...
The post PayPal will facilitate China Cross-Border eCommerce appeared first on CHINA & HONG KONG ECOMMERCE NEWS.