Logistics are the foundation for e-commerce success and we've got a news roundup to keep you up-to-date on the latest innovations from PwC, DHL, FedEx, Amazon, Bringg, Pelipod and Alibaba.
New Forrester report shows mobile devices drove $2 trillion in off-line retail sales in 2016. Mobile shopping could reach $152 billion (24% of online retail sales) in the US by 2021.
Today, we’ve got a news roundup on the India e-commerce scene. It’s fast, furious and ultra competitive and we’ll help you get a grip on it. The biggest news is Microsoft’s cloud services deal with e-commerce leader Flipkart. It’s a ...
PaymentsNEXT's retail news roundup includes the latest news and developments from Ivanka Trump, Dollar General, Walmart, Amazon, Macy's and more.
Fresh into the New Year, we have a few 2016 retail reflections and a look at what's ahead in retail in 2017. Adobe said final year-end US e-commerce sales hit $91.7 billion, up 11% over 2015 and comprised 9% of $1 trillion in total retail sales.
India’s new demonetization policy is disrupting e-commerce and impacting leading online businesses with a wide range of positive and negative effects. Today, we’ve got a roundup of news to provide a valuable perspective and a look at what’s ahead in e-commerce ...
Amazon accounted for 30.9% of all sales from Black Friday to Cyber Monday according to a report from Slice Intelligence. Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy were Black Friday weekend sales winners said Moody's analyst Charlie O'Shea.
Today, we’re looking at the impact of mobile commerce on e-commerce and holiday retail sales. Neosperience reports smartphone users spend nearly three hours daily looking at mobile devices. Deloitte Digital says 84% of consumers use their mobile phone while shopping in store. Kmart’s ...
Alibaba has already racked up more than $1 billion in sales and more than $5.2 billion in the first hour with more than 84% of sales on mobile devices. 2015 Singles Day sales were $14.3 billion in China for one day alone. compared with a $5.8 billion in US Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales.
TechinAsia compares China's Singles Day 2015 sales of $14.3 billion with US Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales of $5.8 billion. Alibaba announced the promotion will run for 24 days instead of one day. Last year's Singles Day sales for Alibaba alone totaled $13.5 billion, up 54% from the previous year, and this year they expect 40,000 global companies to participate.