The war in Iraq is over, consumer confidence has improved somewhat, and retail sales are picking up. So can we hurry up and go back to the way we were,
Teen apparel and sporting goods cataloger Alloy (Nasdaq: ALOY) continues its spree of acquiring youth-oriented marketing companies. The New York
Electronic kiosks are a self-service technology still on its rather torturous way to achieving the level of a boom, according to a 2003 kiosk benchmark
WHEN U.S. TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILES rained from the skies over Baghdad in the early morning hours of March 20, retail companies braced for the worst after
IT MAY SEEM IRREVERENT to buy funeral supplies over the Internet, but as the aging U.S. population gives renewed impetus to the funeral business, sending
Perhaps the most irritating thing about people who are very good at what they do aside from how easy they make the job look is that most of the time they
Editorial Is Cool Beans I just wanted to take a minute to compliment you on the tenor and timbre of your March editor’s page essay (Same as the Old Boss?).
Looking for a WMS? This could be the best time to buy. A mature but stable market, with falling prices and more feature-rich, reliable applications to
In 1983, Reagan was in the White House, Dallas was on the TV, Michael Jackson’s Billie Jean was on the turntable, and mail order was still mail order.
The catalog management software (CMS) systems on the market in the early 1980s were outgrowths of systems that catalogers had written inhouse or contracted