It is obvious that any technology that helps to attract more customer engagement and increases the sale is likely to be more selected by the e-commerce companies. Most of the technology innovations which drive incremental improvements will be packaged and sold as a niche product. A technology that touches core human experience and changes human […]
Sneak, tap and order — a lengthy process for Online Shopping? Now, say Alexa buy me this product, and Alexa will shop it for you? This Alexa process is not a fantasy — now you can shop your products with your simple voice command. If this selection is not from a past order, Alexa will […]
Launching an online business is a dream for many entrepreneurs. After all, you can start a profitable company in a brief amount of time, and it often needs very few employees to keep going. You don’t need to pay for a physical storefront, you set your own work schedule, you have the flexibility to work […]
In the last year, the eCommerce industry has expanded by over 25 percent, and this boom is projected to continue. With such a wealth of eCommerce businesses, and competition set to become even more fierce, staying visible and relevant has never been such a challenge for online retailers. The advent of artificial intelligence (AI) has […]
E-commerce is experiencing massive growth year after year, shattering records while doing so. There was a time when brick-and-mortar stores were not merely profitable, but also highly influential. Take, for example, Sears. If there were ever a legacy brand that defined American capitalism, it would have been this one. First opened in 1892, Sears […]
Over the past 20-plus years, digital marketplaces have fundamentally transformed commerce and consumer expectations around the world. But although names like Amazon and Uber have become household names at this point, the evolution of and disruption caused by digital marketplaces is far from over. In 1995, eBay launched the mainstream digital marketplace movement with its […]
Imagine a time when your retail purchases are curated, refined and personalized by your previous purchasing habits. You receive a package of ink in the mail when your printer runs low and a new toothbrush head just before it’s time to change yours. This is the Commerce of Things, according to James Gagliardi, Vice President of […]
Better fatten up that Google wallet (or Android Pay).
In the following year, physical and online worlds converge.
Amazon likely had no choice in the matter: to launch a smartphone, it had to play the carrier’s game.
The Internet of Things won’t see any big splashes in 2014, just steady and incremental progress toward automating … everything.
On Pinterest, Polyvore, and Instagram, it’s always time to buy.
Dozens of shopping sites cover fashion, but Polyvore is an early adopter of home decor. Why is it so hard to sell online in this sector?