We’ve rounded up 12 of the wackiest ideas Amazon’s patented (so far) that could forever transform fulfillment as we know it. While there’s no guarantee they will see full fruition, these filings give us a glimpse into the Jestons-like world of future-fulfillment.
VR is projected to generate $1.8 billion for retail and marketing by 2022 and AR already hit $3 billion in 2018. With ecommerce poised to become mobile AR’s largest revenue stream, 32% of brands and retailers plan to use AR or VR within 3 years. But is AR/VR right for your business?
It’s long been said today’s B2B buyers want and expect a B2C experience from manufacturers and wholesalers. Though B2B suppliers are increasingly embracing digital -- from ecatalogs to configure price quote (CPQ) and online checkout, supporting the diversity and complexity of B2B payments remains a challenge. How are B2B merchants handling digital payments?
With 74% of the top 100 US retailers accepting Apple Pay in-store and 24% accepting it through mobile websites and apps, Cupertino's mobile wallet is a hot topic in digital payments.Our latest infographic explores Apple's piece of the mobile wallet pie.
With their smaller, independent code bases and robust APIs, microservices allow you flexibility to extend commerce to new touchpoints and satisfy unique requirements. But should Payments be built as microservices?
Apple reports retail giants J. Crew and Lululemon have raised mobile conversion with Apple Pay by 20% or more. Yet both retailers have since removed the mobile wallet from their websites and apps. Is Apple Pay right for you? Read on.