Many of the largest data centers in Brazil have been established during the last few years.
Payment via mobile platforms is becoming a trend in Brazil, as more users experience the practicality and convenience of this method.
The Brazilian market recently saw the introduction of new card acquirers due to regulatory changes in this sector.
The Brazilian regulation for e-commerce institutes specific measures for the handling of product returns.
The Brazilian stock exchange offers multiple ways for users to connect to their systems with low latencies.
Compliance to regulations regarding online payments in Brazil means abiding to a list of laws and institutions that might seem cumbersome or complicated at first.
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Brazilian app developers have come up with great solutions for mobile devices.
The market for real-time bidding has great potential for Brazil and is expected to grow significantly over the next few years.
The implementation of cross-channel strategies should not be ignored by e-commerce companies operating in Brazil.
Health technology is required to comply to a set of regulatory measures set by Anvisa, the Brazilian Health Surveillance Agency.
The Brazilian population are using more devices to connect to the internet than ever before, and this should present an opportunity for advertisers to reach the county’s audience.
Pre-recorded telemarketing messages are legal in Brazil and used by many companies.