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North American CEOs Pleased With Recent Growth, Project Even More, Study Finds

All CEOs of 14 North American 3PLs say their companies were profitable in 2015 and believe the regional 3PL industry had also been profitable for the year. Moreover, each sees the bottom line continuing to be positive over the next three years. »


Expect to See Increased B2B Online Sales of Electronics

Electronics OEMs are leading the charge in e-commerce with electronic goods expected to be one of the fastest-growing sectors. Even as they buy products online for home, these same individuals want to make buys for their organization as well. »


Apparel Industry Faces Some of Biggest Challenges Meeting Omnichannel Demands

Shoppers are demanding a seamless experience across all brand channels, both on- and offline, but retailers – particularly in apparel - are struggling to move at the speed their consumers want and need. »


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. »


Modest Increase in Holiday Sales Predicted, But Niche Companies Eat Into Major Retailers' Share

Modest Increase in Holiday Sales Predicted, But Niche Companies Eat Into Major Retailers' Share

Retailers should see a modest uptick in holiday sales this year. But the news isn't all positive for big chains or even major online retailers. »


Most Say Their IT Won't Support Omnichannel Retail Functions, Study Finds

Most Say Their IT Won’t Support Omnichannel Retail Functions, Study Finds

Complete integration of business-critical technologies is a major driver for success in omnichannel retail and overall retail performance, but nearly half of respondents to a recent report say their technology isn't up to the job. »


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. »


Amazon Combats Thieves, 'Barely Legal' Resellers Using Its Site

In trying to be the world's largest e-tailer by offering almost anything, Amazon has attracted a dedicated group of thieves and resellers trying to slip through the holes in Amazon's bureaucracy. »


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. »


How Amazon's Prime Day Creates New Challenges for Traditional Retailers

How Amazon's Prime Day Creates New Challenges for Traditional Retailers

First there was Black Friday. Then Cyber Monday. And now, Amazon.com's Prime Day. Why do retailers invite peak-demand headaches? »


Amazon Looks to Shave Delivery Time of Small Items from China to U.S.

Amazon.com Inc. is speeding the delivery of USB cables, smartphone screen protectors, cosmetics and other small, flat items in its continuing push against rival marketplaces that help overseas manufacturers and suppliers sell directly to U.S. shoppers. »


Best Practices for E-Commerce Shipments to Canada

Best Practices for E-Commerce Shipments to Canada

The boom in e-commerce is a global phenomenon, but each country has its own unique requirements for ensuring the smooth flow of shipments to the buyer. »


Challenges Facing Online Jewelers Are Many Faceted

Challenges Facing Online Jewelers Are Many Faceted

Due to changing lifestyles and disposable incomes, the global jewelry market continues to rise, with much of that growth being driven by the move to e-commerce. The world's jewelry market is projected to surpass $257bn in 2017 and grow at a compound annual growth of five percent over the next few... »


Walmart Acquisition of Jet.com Lesson for Distributors Competing Against Amazon

In August, Walmart announced that it would acquire Jet.com for $3.3bn. The merger may put Walmart in a better position to go up against e-tailing behemoth Amazon, and possibly even strengthen the former's footing in the business-to-business e-commerce space in the future. »


Getting Live on ERP in Less than 100 Days - The New Reality

Getting Live on ERP in Less than 100 Days – The New Reality

Learn how Lindemann Chimney and Wittek Golf took the SuiteSuccess approach to ERP implementation and got their distribution businesses up and running in less than 100 days. ChainLink Research dives deep into how an agile, blueprint-driven approach to ERP implementations can bring tremendous... »


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