Why Would a Brand’s Website Not Sell Any Products?

| Tod Yazdi

There are many brands that have a robust site to interact with consumers, but then push the actual buying experience to another digital marketplace. Here is what you need to know about selling products on your own website.

5 Ecommerce Logistics Predictions for 2017

| Jake Rheude

Major breakthroughs in technology are allowing for the possibility of expedited delivery, higher efficiency, greater accuracy and – most importantly for supply chain logistics – lower costs than ever before. See some predictions for ecommerce logistics in 2017.

Dick’s Sporting Goods Launches Price Match Guarantee

| Daniela Forte

In the never-ending battle with Amazon and other retailers, Dick’s Sporting Goods has created a price matching program designed to attract more cost-conscious shoppers. See what criteria the sporting goods retailer has laid out for customers to be eligible.

Reynolds and Reynolds Acquires TradeMotion

| MCM Staff

Reynolds and Reynolds announced that it has acquired TradeMotion, an ecommerce solution for dealers and manufacturers to sell automotive parts and accessories online to consumers more efficiently and profitably. See what executives from the company had to say about the acquisition.

Can Retail Brands Grow in the Age of Amazon?

| Stefan Weitz

Retailers of all shapes and sizes are struggling to survive in the era of Amazon. Find out in which key areas retailers are falling short and why Amazon is capturing nearly half of every dollar spent online.

Walmart Transforms Its Ecommerce in the Age of Amazon

| Daniela Forte

Walmart is taking the bull by the horns in its efforts to compete with Amazon, with a slew of rapid changes primarily spearheaded by its head of domestic ecommerce Marc Lore, founder and CEO of Jet.com. See what industry experts had to say about how Walmart is positioning itself against Amazon.