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  • Full service

    Full service

    That’s what top brands expect from their e-commerce software. Learn how four vendors vie to satisfy multinational clients with an array of integrated capabilities.

    Posted 11/04/2013Amy DustoPost a comment

    That’s what top brands expect from their e-commerce software. Learn how four vendors vie to satisfy multinational clients with an array of integrated capabilities.

    Related Content:Staples Websphere Commerce | Demandware

  • Repackaging stores

    Repackaging stores

    Fulfilling web items from stores is not cheap, but it yields benefits.

    Posted 06/03/2013Thad RueterPost a comment

    Fulfilling web items from stores is not cheap, but it yields benefits.

    Related Content:Ship From Store | In-store Pickup

  • Open for business

    Shopping for e-commerce technology becomes more complex as vendors consolidate and innovate.

    Posted 01/24/2013Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Shopping for e-commerce technology becomes more complex as vendors consolidate and innovate.

    Related Content:Demery | Orderdynamics

  • IBM buys DemandTec, adding to its retail portfolio

    In a move that positions it to better compete against other vendors that provide comprehensive software suites to large multichannel retailers, IBM said it will pay $440 million for DemandTec, a provider of technology designed to help predict how consumers will respond to changes in pricing and product lines.

    Posted 12/31/2011Paul DemeryPost a comment

    In a move that positions it to better compete against other vendors that provide comprehensive software suites to large multichannel retailers, IBM said it will pay $440 million for DemandTec, a provider of technology designed to help predict how consumers will respond to changes in pricing and…
  • Mega Tech Mergers

    Mega Tech Mergers

    E-retailers must recalibrate their technology strategies as vendors consolidate.

    Posted 06/30/2011Allison Enright1 comments

    E-retailers must recalibrate their technology strategies as vendors consolidate.
  • Content sprawl sparks a solution

    Put the needs of content management and the needs of dynamic imaging together and you have one big headache for multi-channel retailers of any scale. You also have a newly identified discipline--brand asset management.

    Posted 03/31/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Put the needs of content management and the needs of dynamic imaging together and you have one big headache for multi-channel retailers of any scale. You also have a newly identified discipline--brand asset management.
  • Gateway does it, Dell does it, and now even IBM does it: Selling direct to consumer

    Gateway does it, Dell does, now even IBM does it. Following the lead of the upstarts and taking advantage of the technology it supports, IBM has revamped its web site to sell direct to consumers.

    Posted 10/02/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Gateway does it, Dell does, now even IBM does it. Following the lead of the upstarts and taking advantage of the technology it supports, IBM has revamped its web site to sell direct to consumers.
  • Microsoft sets its sites on a million, while IBM cuts to the catalog chase

    Ten-year-old Holt Educational Outlet in Waltham, Mass., sold toys through a catalog and a single store before it launched an e-commerce initiative in 1997. Then it built a full-featured, friendly Web shop as a test site for Microsoft Corp.’s developing Internet technologies, and business soared. During the Christmas season last year, orders sometimes topped 1,000 a day. Subsequently, Holt’s top executive bought the company from its parent firm...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Ten-year-old Holt Educational Outlet in Waltham, Mass., sold toys through a catalog and a single store before it launched an e-commerce initiative in 1997. Then it built a full-featured, friendly Web shop as a test site for Microsoft Corp.’s developing Internet technologies, and business soared.…
  • No Small Change

    Perhaps only the beleaguered euro has undergone more makeovers than the digital wallet. The first e-wallets to poke their heads out of the cyber-age ooze about three years ago only slightly resemble the second- and third-generation programs available today. To boost the prospects of e-wallets, developers have evolved their business strategies, too. In the biggest shift, they are forming marketing alliances with credit card issuers, computer...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Perhaps only the beleaguered euro has undergone more makeovers than the digital wallet. The first e-wallets to poke their heads out of the cyber-age ooze about three years ago only slightly resemble the second- and third-generation programs available today. To boost the prospects of e-wallets,…

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