If there is anything we learned at all from 2014, it’s that merchants need to be different from their competitors in all facets of the business, especially the shipping and delivery portion of their business. Customers want free shipping; whether a merchant can provide that is the deal breaker. Multichannel Merchant’s MCM Outlook 2015 survey […]
Today, the “shifting customer landscape” isn’t theory – it’s the reality merchants face on a daily basis. Free shipping, guaranteed on-time delivery and omnichannel services are all expected – yet not all merchants are delivering – or can even focus– on these key initiatives.To discover what strategies that both small and large merchants are adopting […]
Catalogs are alive and well for retailers in both the business-to-consumer and business-to-business sectors today. While catalogs may no longer be thought of as a selling channel, they are still considered an excellent marketing tool.
If you’re a merchant and you’re not engaged in global ecommerce, you’re missing out on a massive opportunity. Are you ready to build your global ecommerce business? Download this MCM Outlook 2014 report.
How are shippers preparing for Holiday 2014? What systems are they looking to add in the fulfillment center? And do merchants really think Amazon has little effect on their business? These questions and more are answered in Multichannel Merchant’s MCM Outlook 2014 report on Operations & Fulfillment.
Quite possibly, your contact center is your company’s unsung hero. But how are ecommerce and omnichannel merchants treating their contact centers? Here’s a snapshot look at Multichannel Merchant’s MCM Outlook 2014 survey.
Multichannel Merchant managing editor Tim Parry will release his findings from the MCM Outlook 2014 survey at Operations Summit 2014. Here’s a sneak peek at his session, which will close the conference with a bang.
Catalogs still have staying power in the direct-to-customer sector, according to results from the MCM Outlook 2013 survey. In fact, more than half of the survey respondents said their companies market products directly to consumers and businesses through a print catalog – and nearly half plan to increase circulation in 2013.
Although merchants acknowledge that ecommerce growth has helped them make their sales, they may not be completely ready to serve the cross-device customer. According to the results of the MCM Outlook 2013 survey, 41.7% of respondents do not have a mobile commerce presence.
Big challenges face B2B and B2C merchants as they try to keep up with the always-connected customer. As a result, around-the-clock direct-to customer activity has made fulfillment and contact centers even busier. As behind-the-scenes activity increases, merchants are doing their best to keep their processes flowing.In this MCM Outlook 2013 report on Operations and Fulfillment, you will learn:
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