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Digital Technology Pumps Up Sales of Luxury Brands

It may not be widely recognized as such just yet, but digital technology is probably one of the best things to happen to luxury brands in a long time. »


3D Printing, Smartphones Upend Retail, E-commerce

3D Printing, Smartphones Upend Retail, E-commerce

The assembly line at Feetz has 100 humming 3-D printers. Their sole purpose is to make shoes. »


In Today's Online World, Fashions Often Are Outdated Upon Arrival at Stores

New York City has just begun its sacred rites of retail. For its fashion week, which started Sept. 7th, tents go up, guests emerge from black cars, models sulk down catwalks and the wealthy and celebrated clap in unison. The point of all this is for designers to declare what will be "in" next... »


Apparel E-Tailer Lets You Try on Clothes Before Paying for Them

When you're in a changing room, if you're lucky there's a clerk nearby who'll grab another size for you if an item doesn't fit - while you stand waiting in your underwear, of course. »


Going to the Source: Supplier Relationship Micro Management

Going to the Source: Supplier Relationship Micro Management

Across the world, sourcing, supply chain, and global trade executives are under intense pressure to streamline their processes in order to stay ahead of the competition and keep their companies in the black. But letís face it ó itís not easy in this volatile environment. This white paper... »


Three Imperatives for Global eCommerce

Three Imperatives for Global eCommerce

If youíre not already engaged in international eCommerce, now is the time to begin planning your strategy. Internet use is increasing across established and emerging markets along with the use of mobile devices to manage the consumer shopping experience. This new eBook provides a starting point... »


Trying to Sell Winter Coats Online When It's Summer in Australia?

U.S. retailers gearing up for the holidays could be overlooking a key source of sales: international shoppers. To win in the global e-commerce race, companies can't rely on the same approach they use domestically. Featured products, marketing content, and promotions targeting U.S. consumers may not... »


All Too Often, 'Sustainability' Is Empty Marketing Buzzword

All Too Often, 'Sustainability' Is Empty Marketing Buzzword

Sustainability is a huge macro trend and it's no surprise that the language and goals of the larger sustainability movement have made their way to apparel. Unfortunately, with it comes the same polarizing ambiguity that has plagued the broader sustainability movement in other industries. Cynics... »


As Clothing Retailer Learned, One-Size-Fits-All Merchandising Plan Doesn't Work Globally

Appealing to the cultural and economic specifics of a foreign market is the key to getting consumers to shop more frequently and spend more. »


Fast and Free: Can Smaller Online Retailers Meet Consumers' Delivery Demands?

Fast and Free: Can Smaller Online Retailers Meet Consumers' Delivery Demands?

Amazon.com can meet e-commerce shoppers' demand for both fast and free delivery. But what about its smaller rivals? »


Back-to-School Sales a Bit Tardy This Year

Although back-to-school shopping started earlier this year, families are slowly tackling their supplies lists. According to the National Retail Federation's annual survey conducted by Prosper Insights & Analytics, the average family with children in grades K-12 has completed almost half (48... »


Don't Let the Cost of Doing Nothing Fool You

Donít Let the Cost of Doing Nothing Fool You

Obsolete warehouse hardware and software cannot keep up with increasingly complex fulfillment requirements, especially for multi-channel retailers. Before these systems fail, businesses should evaluate the cost of doing nothing, along with options for updating distribution center design that... »


Clothing No. 1 Item Online Shoppers Purchase

Apparel is the most popular retail category among all channels, according to a survey by OneStop Internet. The survey revealed that apparel is driving online growth, with 45 percent of respondents saying they plan to buy more clothing online than any other retail category in the next year. »


JDA Teams With Category Management Association on Consumer Demand App

JDA Software Group, Inc. has partnered with the Category Management Association (CMA) on a new version of CMA's CatMan application. »


In E-Commerce, Who Pays for 'Free' Shipping?

In E-Commerce, Who Pays for 'Free' Shipping?

In the world of e-commerce, "free" shipping isn't really free. The question is, who pays for it? »


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