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Mobile payments technology has been seeking to make advances in order to convenience the consumer, yet many consumers refuse to avail themselves of the new technology and the lack of consumer adoption has in turn been stunting its growth.
With the amount of shopping done over mobile phones these days, Essential Hardware feels it’s pivotal to be at the forefront of usability and technology to make shopping an enjoyable experience no matter where you are. Here’s how Essential Hardware relaunched its ecommerce site with mobile in mind.
Put down your pumpkin spice lattes, etailers… the 2015 Holiday Season is here! Well, at least it’s here for those in the retail industry. We all know this is the time to make any final tweaks and adjustments, and you can find some helpful hints, and more, in the latest Week in Review…
Home Depot has opened a 1.6 million square foot fulfillment center in Ohio to support its growing ecommerce business, which represents about 5% of sales.
ShipStation continues to augment its features and services for Canada-based ecommerce businesses, adding Canada Post’s Solutions for Small Business, DHL Express Canada and support for metric weights and measurements.
Cainiao, Alibaba Group’s logistics affiliate, has agreed to work with the USPS to speed delivery of merchandise ordered by U.S. consumers on Alibaba’s international online shopping platforms.
If you overlook cross-border opportunities, you risk losing out on two fronts: once in potential to grow revenue abroad and, secondly, in maintaining your market share at home, as new international players enter your backyard.
With so many new last-mile delivery startups, from Uber to Postmates to Deliv and Shyp, do parcel delivery driver uniforms still matter? The answer is yes!
Wayfair has announced it will provide high-resolution image renderings based on 3D product models for products available on DwellStudio and Birch Lane. See what their plans are and how will work for the brand.
According to the National Retail Federation’s 11th annual Organized Retail Crime Survey, nearly all (97%) retailers surveyed report that they have been a victim of ORC in the past year, up from 88.2% who said so last year. Here’s what retailers say they are doing to fight organized crime.