E-Commerce Platforms Market 2019 Global Key Players, Size, Applications & Growth Opportunities – Analysis to 2025

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E-Commerce Platforms Market 2019

E-commerce platforms are software solutions that you can use to build a website or an online store. There are solutions that offer fully integrated platforms and there are others that pre-integrate with different external solutions. There are three main ways one can classify e-commerce platforms – Open Source, SaaS, and Headless Commerce. There are two ways such a platform can be executed – on premise and cloud based. With the growth in online selling channels, all businesses are forced to find an online presence for themselves. The trend of online shopping is also a factor that will boost the ecommerce growth, which in turn will positively affect the global e-commerce platform market. Customers are getting very fussy about user experience when it comes to browsing online sites. This is why the need to improve e-commerce platforms is higher than ever before.

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This report analyzes in detail the status of the current e-commerce platforms and their expected growth in the forecast years between 2018 and 2025. This report will also explain in detail the current key players and market status which will affect the growth of this industry. The report analyzes the market based on global, regional, and company levels. The historical year considered is 2013-2017. The base year is 2017 and the estimated year is 2018 in the report.

Market Segmentation
Based on the market segmentation by type, customers can enjoy Type I and Type II kind of software solutions. Both these types and their potential growth expectations are discussed in this report in a detailed manner. There are 10 key players chosen and their growth share, product value, developmental strategies, and new product launches are all discussed in detail. The companies under investigation in this report are BlueHost + Woocommerce, Wix, BigCommerce, Shopify, VTEX, WooCommerce, Magento, YoKart, Tictail, and ECStore.

Based on the application, the report analyzes the usage of these platforms for small businesses, for medium sized enterprises, and for large-scale enterprises. The demand for the development of these platforms in each sector is figured out extensively in this report.

Regional Analysis
There are seven main regions in which this report investigates the growth of the e-commerce platform market. The areas discussed are United States, Europe, Japan, China, India, South East Asia, and Central and South America. The few factors analyzed in this global level are opportunities in these specific markets, challenges and entry barriers for developers, demand from customers, and the past growth trend for this market in these regions. The USA, due to presence of highly talented professionals, will have a high market share in the growth of this industry.

Industry News
Kellogg’s is one of the leading FMCG brands with sales ground across the globe. In March 2019, this brand announced the hiring of a new director of ecommerce platforms. This is in line with the brand’s idea to create a direct-to-consumer (DTC) market and to take its products online for customers to buy.

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