E-commerce is approaching a tipping point.
Despite a slowdown in the rate of growth, e-commerce’s share of total retail sales remains higher than it was pre-pandemic — and associated revenues in the US are projected to keep rising. Funding to e-commerce enablement companies topped $11B last year as an increasing number of vendors entered the market.
Reflecting this growth, e-commerce tech stacks are becoming much more complex.
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