Google, Google Express, Amazon, Amazon.com, same-day delivery, holiday 2014, holiday peak 2014, ecommerce, holiday season 2014, holiday peak, ecommerce fulfillment

Google Express Expands Its Midwest Presence

| Mike O'Brien

Google has expanded its two-day Google Express delivery service to 40 million new customers in the Midwest, now offering it in 17 states in its push against the dominance of Amazon Prime. See where it has grown and what retailers are using it.

Same-Day Delivery Could Cause a Huge Prime Day Headache

| Tim Parry

Amazon’s second-annual Prime Day could be a game-changer for same-day delivery. But it could also be a huge headache for Amazon come July 12. There’s a chance Amazon’s Seller Fulfiller Prime program may give the marketplace a black eye this Prime Day.

Amazon, Amazon Prime Now, Amazon Flex, Uber, Postmates, FedEx, on demand economy, contract drivers, ecommerce fulfillment

Amazon Does the Right Thing, Adding Prime Now to Minority Areas

| Mike O'Brien

Even when bias is completely unintended and based simply on business rules, perception can often be taken for reality. Thus Amazon did the right thing, reacting to protests by expanding free Prime Now service to minority neighborhoods in New York and Boston, and should quickly follow suit in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas and Washington DC.

Limited Stores Executive Discusses When Same-Day Delivery Makes Sense

| Mike O'Brien

When does it make sense for a company to engage in same-day delivery? We caught up with Jason Acevedeo, senior director ecommerce operations at Limited Stores, at Operations Summit 2016 in Cincinnati to ask him for his thoughts. Find out how knowing your audience, their demograpics and location, and the type of products you sell all play a part.