Elizabeth Warren recently called for the breakup of giant “tech companies” Amazon, Google and Facebook because they were, “too big.” I intentionally put the words tech companies in quotes, since last I checked the lion’s share of Amazon’s revenue comes from its various retail operations.
No topic in retail is hotter right now than omnichannel fulfillment, and click and collect in particular, as retailers race to meet customer expectations so that they can shop where, when and how they want.
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The e-commerce fulfillment landscape is changing rapidly with various solutions gaining traction as retailers strive to meet heightened shopper expectations. See what Apex Supply Chain Solution's top innovation executive has to say on the subject.
Beautiful stores and well-trained employees will take a retailer only so far. True advantage is gained with secure, reliable, interconnected and always on systems capable of handling the massive data requirements shoppers’ expectations are placing on retailers.
Promotional waste and flawed thinking about dynamic pricing are killing retailer profits. Cheryl Sullivan, Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer with Revionics, makes sense of the situation and what to do next.
Women account for 85 percent of all consumer purchases, but not even 30 percent of today’s retail industry leaders are women.
Hand in hand with retail’s struggle to retain female employees, is the industry’s challenge to respond to its evolving shopper demands.
Sam's Club President and CEO John Furner has innovation on his mind and is building a warehouse club retailer for the next generation. Costco should be as concerned about Sam's as Amazon is about Walmart.