In LATAM, providing alternative payments at the checkout to match the current demand is the secret formula to convert consumers into customers and to boost e-commerce.
We look in detail at the reasons behind the growing LATAM e-wallet phenomenon and what international e-commerce merchants need to know to take advantage of this trend.
Any international e-commerce business knows that not only language, but also price, currency and payment localization is key to success in a new market. We look at how payment aggregators can take the hassle out of this complex task.
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Like many Latin American countries, Uruguayan e-commerce has traditionally been dominated by cash-based transactions. However, a rise in the use of cards, often facilitated by installments, is changing the face of Uruguayan online purchases.
It costs seven times as much to get a new customer as it does to retain an old one. Streamlining and localizing your checkout process may be the single easiest way to keep Latin American consumers returning to your business.
Installments are a vital part of the payment landscape in Latin America. So, how do they work in one of the largest LATAM e-commerce markets, Argentina? And what benefits do they offer for international merchants?
Entering a new market is a challenge that must be outpaced by every business, and when it concerns LATAM countries, partnering with a local expert will determine the success of a company.
In light of the localized nature and style of card payments in Brazil, e-commerce merchants must ensure they cater to these unique payment methods to ensure success.
More than common practice, the installments payments are a strongly rooted “institution” in the Brazilian society, to the point of impacting the country’s economy. Contrary to the expected, it has enlivened the market, and the e-commerce included.