The recent Retail Technology Conclave (ReTechCon) in Mumbai brings forward-thinking brands together with the best tech solution providers. The audience offers a great pulse point of trends and challenges for both regional and global markets: an opportunity to share pains and best practices – from inventory optimization to supply chain to customer engagement. For fashion brands at ReTechCon, we found …
The future of profitability in retail is contingent upon infrastructure that is optimized for personalization, OmniChannel delivery, a global supply chain, and a uniquely satisfied customer.For fashion and retail brands to stay competitive, the obvious essential is unified commerce.
HotWax Commerce, the world’s leading provider of Unified Commerce solutions, has published a free guide to help technology and operations leaders identify and address performance breakdowns across retail and manufacturing organizations – from finance and planning to marketing and customer relationships.
As technology advances, successful, forward-thinking companies have come to accept one few simple truth: Change is inevitable, especially when it comes to software. Here are 3 ways to ensure the end-user adoption businesses need to achieve success with new technology investments.
Let’s face it: Business is messy. At some point, every high-growth business must invest in solutions to wrangle its data and manage its expanding operations. But when the solution is to combine multiple standalone platforms, what exactly is the true cost of these disconnected operational systems?
Backorders happen, but not all out-of-stock experiences are created equal. Good UX could make the difference between a recurring customer, and a bad review.
Today’s commerce businesses require a unified platform that understands an omnichannel retail sales model. More than ever, they need real-time data and insight.
Away from the bittersweet feelings of the trade show’s SLC departure, I found that sports and outdoor companies face growing pains due to slow commerce technology adoption and lack of system unification.
Among fuzzy definitions, fast technological developments, and marketing zeal, ecommerce platform vendors certainly don’t make it easy for buyers to discern truth from corporate BS.