PostNord’s E-Business Tendency Survey for the second quarter for the second quarter of 2015 reports an increase in Swedish online sales by 21 percent in the second quarter compared with the same period of 2014.
The e-commerce survey for the second quarter will be presented in Borås on Thursday, writes Dagenshandel.se.
Especially the sales from national sites is growing while the trade from foreign sites remain at the same level as last year.
The report also notes that the omnichannel matureness in Sweden is relatively low and companies have a long way to go before they become real omnichannel business.
Payment methods and options remain important. 15 percent of consumers interrupted their recent purchase because they had to register on the site.
E-handelsbarometern is a quarterly report produced in cooperation with Svensk Digital Handel and HUI Research.