ecommerce payments in the united States
There are many benefits to doing business online, but one of the biggest advantages is the ability to reach potential customers all over the globe. As an eCommerce merchant the opportunity to expand sales in other countries or regions is appealing, but sales will benefit most if you first understand how to enter these new markets.
The eCommerce Payments in the United States course, part of the eCommerce Payments series, provides an introduction to the largest eCommerce market in the world discussing current market statistics and forecasts, internet and payment card penetration, local payment preferences, as well as fraud, payment, tax, regulatory and other considerations. Included with this training program is The Fraud Practice's White Paper on eCommerce Payment Preferences in the United States.
Key Concepts Covered:
After completing this course you should be able to answer and discuss the following questions:
(1) How many consumers in the U.S. use the internet, shop online, own a mobile phone, smartphone or tablet? How many own credit cards or debit cards? (2) How large is the eCommerce market in the U.S. and what is the expected eCommerce volume over the next few years? (3) What are the online payment preferences of consumers in the United States and how does this compare with other major markets? (4) When does tax need to be charged on sales to the U.S. and how is the correct tax rate determined? (5) What are the legislative and regulatory concerns for doing business in the U.S. and what fraud prevention tools are available?
Training Objectives: (1) Be able to discuss the level of “connectivity” in the United States based on internet and mobile penetration, the number of consumers who shop online, own smartphones and tablets, and who are credit or debit card holders. (2) Gain an understanding of the eCommerce market size, growth potential and opportunities for the U.S. and be able to discuss the volume of eCommerce sales in the U.S. market relative to other markets. (3) Understand the online payment preferences for consumers in the United States including the approximate market share for each of the major online payment methods. (4) Gain perspective on the local considerations related to currency and language, payment, fraud, taxation and regulations for eCommerce in the United States.
Expected time to complete training: 90 minutes (includes quizzes and exam)
Prerequisites: This is considered an Introductory level course and requires no previous knowledge or training on the subject matter.
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