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Future-proofing e-Commerce

Throughout time, we see and know that organizations naturally grow, age and mature, and will eventually undergo another occurrence of the evolutionary phase. It is fairly inevitable because not everything is built to last – unless they improve and plan their strategies.

Nowadays, the majority of organizations evolve and adopt digitalization in order to remain relevant. However, adoption of technology is not sufficient. Businesses are exhilarated to switch technologies and take advantage of big data, but their corporate infrastructure and talent pool are still antiquated. 

So to speak, firms must act quickly to upgrade their infrastructures and implement “future-proof” e-commerce strategies as it will help them achieve perpetual success and gain an advantage over their competitors.


“Future-proof” e-commerce – What is it?

In general, future-proofing refers to the process of predicting the future and creating strategies for reducing the effects of disturbances and tensions caused by impending events. In terms of its contribution to e-commerce, it is e-commerce that will continue to be important in the future. Because technologies and strategies are and always will be evolving, the structure won’t stay forever but it also won’t be outdated and unable to be supported. 

Future-proof e-commerce technology will help businesses get ready in terms of their digital strategies. Additionally, it will be beneficial to gradually automate and digitize all organizations’ order administration and e-commerce requirements. The main goals of this strategy are to avoid replatforming, reduce total tech debt and inefficiencies, and position the company for future success.


Key points to a successfulness 

Let’s explore a few of the vital components that could result in a successful future-proof strategy for e-commerce: 

  • Headless architecture

According to accenture.com, the term “headless architecture” refers to the practise of encapsulating all business logic and functionalities in a set of APIs that are powered by specialised backends and made accessible so that any front-end channel can hook into them and deliver the required customer experience.

Future-proof e-commerce journeys can be more adaptable and scalable with headless architecture since changes and features can be implemented easily without endangering the back-end. The entire user experience will be simple and they will all be managed by a single admin platform. This procedure is perfect for expanding a business.

  • APIs

These days, the usage of APIs in e-commerce is indeed very common. If API is at the center of your business, integration with current systems and data will operate more smoothly, and the IT systems will be more flexible. You might have access to data from many different systems across your company if your connections are better and more extensive.

  • Cloud-based

With all the associated costs, this structure allows for infinite scalability. A lot of worries related with on-premise technology’s infrastructure, data storage, security, and scalability can also be removed.

  • Experienced partners

It’s crucial to pick a partner or vendor with plenty of experience. It is highly advised that you work with people that have successfully overcome all obstacles and have a track record of achieving game-changing outcomes.

There are many options available to us for enhancing our business, but no matter how exciting it may be, there will also be difficulties that must be faced and anticipated. When we already have the appropriate technology, the right partner, and the proper future-proof e-commerce strategy to get there, nothing is impossible or unrealistic.

Escalate your e-commerce with our top-notch tech features now by emailing your business enquiries to [email protected] or WhatsApp us at +6016-339 9999!

The Ministry of Finance announced in Budget 2022 that Low Value goods (LVG) not exceeding RM500 from abroad sold online by seller and delivered to consumers in Malaysia is subject to sales tax with effect from 1 January 2023.

This is to ensure level playing field and fair treatment between all LVG
purchased from overseas or locally. Therefore, any person who sells LVG through an online marketplace or operates online marketplace should make this guide as a reference

In the context of LVG, who is the seller? “Seller” means a person, whether inside or outside Malaysia, who: i. sells LVG on an online platform; or ii. operates an online marketplace for the sale and purchase of LVG.

How to register as RS?
A seller may apply for registration with effect from 1 January 2023. Application
shall be made via https://lvg.customs.gov.my

For more assistant please visit official website of Royal Malaysian Customer Department for Sales Tax and LVG

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