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3:00
Feb 3, 2021

NetFlorist sharpens gift production, delivery with Xerox Versant 180

With the increase in order volumes, individual printing costs become an important factor in daily operations, says NetFlorist.

3:00
Jun 17, 2020

Zensar helps NetFlorist transform its business model

Zensar enabled the company to diversify its business offerings during the COVID-19 pandemic to now include an essential grocery section.

3:30
Apr 9, 2020

Mr D Food, UberEats, NetFlorist shift focus for COVID-19

Non-essential delivery services shift into the essential services space to meet the demands of the coronavirus lockdown.

2:00
Nov 18, 2016

SA Black Friday expected to smash records

Local e-commerce sites gear up for next week's Black Friday, which is expected to lead to one of the e-tail sector's best quarters yet.

2:00
Jul 29, 2016

NetFlorist to add collective payment option

The online florist will introduce SharePay for collective purchases made on the site.

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Zensar helps NetFlorist enhance customer shopping experience

In a five-year partnership, Zensar Technologies has helped NetFlorist enhance their existing e-commerce site by bringing in new functionalities.

2:00
Apr 13, 2015

NetFlorist to deliver same-day treats

The delivery company will soon bump up delivery of its bakery items to same-day, instead of the current next-day service.

2:20
Oct 7, 2011

NetFlorist adds new portal

The e-business reinforces its online presence with the introduction of a third portal.

1:20
Feb 16, 2011

NetFlorist dodges truckers' strike

Friends and family help out after the truck drivers' strike threatened to derail Valentine's Day deliveries.

13:10
Mar 19, 2007

Know your customer, with or without software

CRM might have been all about technology 10 years ago. Today, it's more about people and processes.

1:20
Feb 14, 2007

Online traffic overwhelms Cupid

It has been a bumper Valentine's Day for online florists.

2:00
Aug 26, 2005

Shoppers increase online spending

South African online retail revenue increased from R480 million to R580 million in 2005, indicating 25% growth, says World Wide Worx.

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