Ill-fitting clothes are not just an emotional hurdle for consumers, it’s also a $300 billion-dollar problem for apparel companies. Massively impacting revenue, sustainability and operations. While 3D body scanning isn’t revolutionary, it has been a long allure in apparel and retail.
While it’s true ecommerce giants, like Amazon hold a big portion of the industry, there are still gaps in service and products that need to be filled. More importantly, there’s a lot we can learn from studying these ecommerce giants. Here are seven tips in the fight against Amazon.
The following articles will equip you with the 4 key questions to ask before selecting a commerce platform, outline 4 things you may not have known about API-first (or headless commerce), 4 reasons why headless commerce is better for CX and 4 steps to create a unified commerce strategy.
There are a number of factors that contribute to the final decision consumers make, and when you’re creating descriptions for your ecommerce products, there are specific things you can do to help boost the conversions you’re seeing.
In a typically fragmented telecom technology environment, the ability to assemble information from siloed systems is crucial. With an API-based commerce solution, telecom companies can create not just bundles, but a dynamic and loyalty-building customer experience.
Blockchain technology is not likely a passing fad. Looking forward, we expect open, API-based ecommerce systems to more easily incorporate blockchain-based identity verification, payments, smart contracts and new forms of loyalty and advertising than closed commerce systems.
Page speed can either make or break the user experience. Waiting for a website to load is no different than standing in line. Slow page load time dramatically increases the website bounce rate – a 4-second delay in page response results in a 25% abandonment rate. This article outlines the three ways to improve page speed optimization.
Architecture matters, now more than ever, and the winners in the online battle are going to be the ones who have a platform that scales to meet demand, costs less to operate, and is flexible and adaptable to the future.