eCommerce Solutions: 3 Weighty Reasons Why Top Brands are Abandoning the Monoliths in Droves

As companies across all industries pivot to digital, the landscape of full stack / monolithic ecommerce solutions has expanded. However, there’s a now growing trend among top brands to move away from monolithic commerce technologies that combine content ...

Amazon and Whole Foods: Did Rotten Tomatoes Spark a $14 Billion deal?

When Amazon announced its bid for Whole Foods, you could practically hear the screams coming from the C-suites at Kroger and Wal Mart. When a giant like Amazon bites into your market, the chances of survival diminish—and the grocery industry is already ...

Single Customer View: Myth or Omnichannel Nirvana?

Many in retail and ecommerce dream of a Utopian future where a single view of the customer will close the gap between digital and physical customer activity, and drive a perfectly personalized, predictive and pinpointed experience to the right customer, ...

API-liate Ecommerce

Much of the cool, new ways ecommerce sites mesh with social and mobile is thanks to APIs, or Application Programming Interfaces which allow applications to communicate with each other, share data and perform various functions. For example, pulling Pinterest ...
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Pinterest API and Ecommerce: Will It Be A Flash in the Pin?

Pinterest’s public API launch made waves last week, with 20 partners including ecommerce brands Zappos, Wal-mart, ModCloth, Target and Wayfair on board. The novelty is newsworthy — but will interest in Pinterest wane, or is there real business ...
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