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1. Macy Moves Forward on RFID
... to tag 100% of their store merchandise by next year.Why the push? Inventory visibility to support ecommerce growth.... read about it HERE. ...
Created on 05 November 2016
2. Summary of MHI Supply Chain Discussions
... of business and educational leaders.Ecommerce growth seems to be behind a lot of the issues. Check out the summary on the Supply Chain Digest site HERE. ...
Created on 31 October 2016
3. It's Never to Late for B2B eCommerce
As B2B continues its strong ecommerce growth, don't fret if you're a little late to the party. There's still time, and lots of tools and analysis, to help you catch up quickly.On the Internet Retailer si ...
Created on 13 August 2015
4. Delivery Solutions Drive Ecommerce Growth
Getting what's ordered into the customer's hands quickly and accurately has been one of the biggest challenges facing electronic commerce. There is no one single solution, but the choices are helping drive ...
Created on 21 January 2015
5. Changes Driven by eCommerce
In an article on the Area Development On-Line site, John Morris and Alexander Frei discuss the changes to the physical landscape being driven by ecommerce growth.They're pretty dramatic. New DCs, logistic ...
Created on 12 December 2013
6. eCommerce Growth
There's no slowing the eCommerce juggernaut. Sales are on the rise with a couple of the usual suspects leading the charge, and a global increase of 17.5% is expected this year.However, only 6.5% of retail ...
Created on 09 July 2013
7. B2B eCommerce Growth
Consumer ecommerce has been growing for years. B2B ecommerce has also been significant, but a big jump in usage is underway.Allison Enright on the Internet Retailer site takes a look at some recent data ...
Created on 06 June 2013
8. eCommerce Growth for B2B and B2C
Don Davis, in an Internet Retailer article, describes recent research by Forrester that indicates continued high growth rates for both business and consumer oriented electronic commerce. Growth doesn't ...
Created on 28 October 2012