With the drumbeat of bad news about online credit card breaches continuing, retailers can use tokenization to protect against consumer data theft.
The key to implementing a successful omnichannel strategy is to prioritize your tactics based on your business goals and to walk before you run.
As retailers continue to battle Amazon’s quick and cheap approach, omnichannel strategy is becoming an increasingly important weapon in their arsenal.
There are ways to phase in an implementation, simplify the learning curve, and accelerate the ROI. Many technology solutions today are built in a modular fashion, which makes it possible to add incremental functionality while mitigating the risks that can come with technology upgrades and modifications.
Retailers who release new applications and updates too fast with defects and gremlins could easily lead to disgruntled customers and damage to a company’s reputation. When speed and agility are critical, a rigorous quality assurance testing process will go a long way toward keeping you in the race and ahead of the competition.
Global ecommerce is fast becoming a mainstream objective as companies look to other shores for new opportunities as the domestic market becomes saturated.
Amazon Local Register will offer brick-and-mortar world a lower swipe fee than banks. And it will also give Amazon a glimpse at how omnichannel consumers shop.
Amazon’s plans for new sortation centers are part of its larger goals of getting close to the customer, Sunday delivery and competing with major carriers.
Merchants who want to conduct cross-border ecommerce into France and Germany have to grapple with a common issue – trust in the online channel.
In order to focus completely on its ecommerce Speed Commerce has completed the sale of its legacy distribution business segment to WYNIT Distribution, LLC.