This infographic provides information about shopper spending patterns, generational purchasing differences, and digital & omnichannel expectations.
Today’s consumers expect a seamless omni-channel experience from every retailer, whether pure-play e-commerce or brick-and-mortar. According to Forrester Research 1 , 71 percent of shoppers expect to view in-store inventory online, while 50 percent expect to buy online and pick up in store. However, most retailers have not operationalized even the basics such as store pickup, cross channel inventory visibility, and store based fulfillment. There is a significant disconnect between what consumers want from retailers and the omni-channel capabilities retailers are prepared to provide.
Retail is not about channels, it's about solving problems. Retailers understand that digital needs to influence all touchpoints, and support all aspects of the shopping journey.
Comparing the return policies and processes of top online retailers to shopper preferences.
A century-old retailer takes its outlet stores online in just four-and-a-half months, then watches e-commerce boom.
As the groundwork for enterprisewide data visibility falls into place, a game of connect-the-data dots is playing out in stores.
Consumers’ high expectations for seamless shopping and fulfillment experiences are putting unprecedented pressure on retailers to perform.
This online watch retailer realized a 25 percent conversion rate by using a social app.
Transaction volume and a host of other key commerce metrics skyrocketed after high-end outdoor apparel retailer Ibex implemented a new retail commerce suite.
Mobile devices are making their way into all aspects of retail, from consumers to associates and managers. This is causing a shift in everything from online marketing to workforce management.
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Our Order Management system provides online shoppers with an array of fulfillment options. Our Buy Online, Pickup In-Store Solution allows customers to view in-store inventory across all digital channels and select their most convenient pickup location. We provide all of the tools necessary to support and manage complex in-store fulfillment scenarios.
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Grid Dynamics, a leading provider of scalable eCommerce technology solutions, and Fujitsu Technology and Business of America, Inc. announced today a fully-managed cloud service based on Oracle Commerce Platform with Fujitsu M10 servers running Oracle Solaris. Optimized for scalability and performance, the solution combines the Tonomi autonomic application delivery platform and managed services from Grid Dynamics with the flexible Fujitsu M10 server infrastructure to deliver push-button provisioning, deployment and continuous delivery.
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Listen in as Molham Aref, CEO and Kevin Sterneckert, Executive VP of Marketing at Predictix talk to Innovative Retail Technologies’ Editor in Chief, Erin Harris, about how machine learning is used in retail and how it improves merchandising and supply chain operations. During this insightful podcast, Aref and Sterneckert define machine learning and outline the benefits for retailers who adopt it to improve the decision-making process.