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With Thanksgiving weekend officially kicking the holiday season into gear, retailers better have optimized their mobile app if they are seeking to get the most out of their digital offerings, according to data from App Annie.
Time is money. This is a business cliché, but it’s especially true in ecommerce. Customers choose to shop online because of the convenience, an even bigger motivation for online shoppers than price. That means speed is built into the culture of ecommerce. If you want to appeal to customers and gain great feedback, you need to run a lean business that can fulfill orders and restock inventory at a brisk pace and save time in ecommerce.
Would you believe that it’s been barely over 20 years since Amazon sold their very first book? As one of the most well-known companies worldwide today, it’s incredible that they got their start a mere two decades ago.
But their growth is reflective of the industry as a whole. Over the course of 20 years, e-commerce evolved from a novel new idea to an industry that’s now a major part of the world’s economy. In fact, in 2015, Americans spent over $341 billion online.
Adding digital channels requires major efforts, yet payoffs can disappoint. Integrating digital and traditional channels into a truly omnichannel offering is even harder—but multiplies the rewards.
When addressing the B2B projects, it’s very important to determine what are the main differences with B2C projects are? All those who are specialized in some way in managing projects B2C E-commerce need a change of mindset, in most cases what works in B2C doesn’t work in B2B.
You don’t need Sherlock Holmes to tell you that cloud computing is on the rise, and that cloud traffic keeps going up. However, it is enlightening to see the degree by which it is increasing, which is, in essence, about to quadruple in the next few years. By that time, 92% percent of workloads will be processed by cloud data centers; versus only eight percent being processed by traditional data centers.
In the month of October 2016, for the first time in history, traffic from mobile internet browsers surpassed traffic from desktop browsers, according to web analytics company StatCounter.