Make it a Fast Checkout

It’s no word of a lie that e-commerce is soaring right now, however the issue of abandoned online shopping carts is still one that retailers have to face.

The launch of Fast Checkout embarks on a mission to enable one-click e-commerce purchases on every site, device and platform.

With Fast Checkout, buyers can complete online purchases in less than a second and sellers can now add one-click checkout to their stores.

“More than ever before, people are shopping online out of necessity,” says Fast CEO and Co-Founder, Domm Holland.

“Ensuring fast, easy and safe online checkout for everyone, of all ages and backgrounds, is not a luxury – it is an imperative.”

The Covid-19 pandemic has seen e-commerce grow to new heights, and the Australian market is predicted to hit $35.2 billion by next year.

However, the team at Fast say many businesses are not prepared to handle this influx or they recently pivoted to running an online store.

Online businesses lose up to 80% of potential purchases from shopping cart abandonment every year, often related to friction during checkout.

“A major pain point for any online seller, is abandoned shopping carts,” says Founder and CEO of CIRCLE ONE, and the developer of airVue, Justin Viles.

“Fast Checkout ensures our customers can buy effortlessly. Especially in these challenging times, the last thing we want is a frustrating shopping experience for people looking to purchase our face masks and other PPE.”

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