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Forrester Research predicts that by 2016, U.S. cross-channel sales will be $1.660 trillion and that more than half of all retail sales will be either online or web-influenced.
by Tom St. Onge / May 16, 2013
Success in retail equals selling more and more “things”. For traditional brick and mortar retailers, that means getting people in the doors and keeping them there long enough to make a purchase. ...
by Sasha Kamenetska / April 02, 2013
If you are approaching the final days of 2012 feeling like this holiday shopping season was a complex one - perhaps from a consumer perspective alone – you’re not alone. Holiday shopping reached a...
by David Conner / December 28, 2012
We’ve been talking about retail a lot on this blog in the past few months, and with good reason – more and more people are realizing the importance of mobile to the survival of traditional brick and...
by Sasha Kamenetska / October 10, 2012
As you're packing for this week's Shop.org Annual Summit, it's useful to keep in mind how digitizing the retail experience for your business's consumers via APIs can really make your business stand...
by Tiffany Ho / September 05, 2012
Friday we reflected on multichannel expansion as a key business driver for retailers at eTail Boston this month, by comparing it to the technology recommendations of the analyst community. One...
by Patrick Hopkins / August 27, 2012
So, why APIs? For retailers, the answer is in your pocket. When was the last time you used a shopping app while inside a store? Or made a “spur of the moment” online purchase? Back in February,...
by Patrick Hopkins / August 24, 2012
In my previous blog post, I said that APIs were the New Currency. Well, that triggered some interesting responses from the statusphere, like this one: “Jordan Elpern-Waxman @mashery doesn't know...
by Oren Michels / July 20, 2012
Call it evolution, or maybe schizophrenia: Two unrelated stories in the news this week highlight what’s happening in the retail industry right now (and how a few good applications might help). First...
by Oren Michels / June 20, 2012