Pitney Bowes Offers White Paper on Driving Cross Border E-Commerce Growth
Stamford, Connecticut-based Pitney Bowes released a white paper that offers insight into how retailers can break down the shipping barriers that are holding back profitable international growth.
The white paper, entitled, “2010 Outlook: International E-Commerce,” highlights the fundamental market trends that underpin this explosive growth opportunity. The paper also notes the unique challenges associated with cross border e-commerce. Customs regulations, import duties, complex shipping rules, foreign taxes and the lack of in-country services represent bona fide challenges. In addition, the white paper discusses how new Web-based technologies can help simplify these issues, and turn the historically complex cross border sale of goods into a real opportunity.