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overstockArt.com has launched an ecommerce website that has replaced its 12 year-old flagship online store. See what updates were made to the new site.
The major package carriers’ general rate increases for 2016 are rolling in… just in time for the holidays! Here’s a look at what the carriers are doing, plus the news, commentary and events that shaped the direct-to-customer world last week…
Technology-supply chain solutions firm Ingram Micro plans to acquire Docdata, a Dutch provider of order fulfillment, returns logistics and online payment.
In this video taken at Shop.org 2015, StellaService Co-Founder and CEO Jordy Leiser talks with Multichannel Merchant Managing Editor Tim Parry about some of the in-store communication breakdowns that keep many retailers from offering the perfect omnichannel experience.
Thanks to bigger screens and better user experiences, Bill Siwicki, the Vice President of Mobile Strategy and Research at GPShopper and an adjunct professor at Depaul University Kellstadt Marketing Center, thinks mobile commerce sales could reach 30% of all holiday ecommerce sales in 2015. Watch Multichannel Merchant’s video interview at Shop.org with Siwicki for his thoughts on geo-targeted marketing, apps, beacons, and more.
The redesign includes a new mobile site optimized for viewing on mobile devices, and universal apps for Android and iOS devices. See what other features Newegg has planned.
Kohl’s has added same-day delivery service in 6 new markets, bringing the total to 9, with help from crowdsourced last-mile delivery provider Deliv.
Jet.com has made a few splashes since the members-only marketplace officially launched 11 weeks ago. And word came this week that Jet.com eliminated its $50 membership fee. Here’s a look at Jet.com founder Marc Lore’s bold move, and the rest of the news that shaped the industry this week.
An annual survey of 3PL CEOs found they are confident about the current state and future growth potential of their companies and the industry worldwide.
NRF is forecasting online sales to increase between 6% and 8% to as much as $105 billion. See what other projections NRF made for the holidays.