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  • / Marketing

    OfficeMax views stronger web ties between b2b and retail

    A redesigned web site for OfficeMax’s business contract market is helping to maintain an expected 25% hike in sales this year, as OfficeMax looks for ways to build stronger ties between its contract business and the more retail-oriented OfficeMax.com.

    Posted 09/20/2004Paul DemeryPost a comment

    A redesigned web site for OfficeMax’s business contract market is helping to maintain an expected 25% hike in sales this year, as OfficeMax looks for ways to build stronger ties between its contract business and the more retail-oriented OfficeMax.com.
  • Albertsons.com expands inland to Texas

    Albertsons Inc. is reaching beyond its core online shopping base of the Far West by expanding its Albertsons.com online grocery service to Dallas and Fort Worth.

    Posted 11/05/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Albertsons Inc. is reaching beyond its core online shopping base of the Far West by expanding its Albertsons.com online grocery service to Dallas and Fort Worth.
  • After a 10-month lull, Albertsons.com expands again

    Building from its base on the West Coast, Albertsons Inc. is moving its Albertsons.com online grocery shopping service to the east. The latest market: Boise, ID, its headquarters city.

    Posted 09/17/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Building from its base on the West Coast, Albertsons Inc. is moving its Albertsons.com online grocery shopping service to the east. The latest market: Boise, ID, its headquarters city.
  • / E-Retailers

    Coldwater Creek’s web sales grow 35% in Q4

    Fourth-quarter web-based sales increased 35.5% to $33.4 million from $24.6 million in the year-ago quarter, apparel merchant Coldwater Creek Inc. reports. Total sales grew 29.7% in the quarter.

    Posted 03/13/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Fourth-quarter web-based sales increased 35.5% to $33.4 million from $24.6 million in the year-ago quarter, apparel merchant Coldwater Creek Inc. reports. Total sales grew 29.7% in the quarter.
  • / Press Release

    Mercado Software’s IntuiFind 5 Important to E-business at Boise Office Solutions

    Fremont, California – May 20, 2002 – Mercado Software, the leading Search and Browse solution provider for e-business, today announced that Boise Office Solutions has selected Mercado Software’s IntuiFind 5 Search and Browse solution to power its growing online business. The company’s Web site, www.boiseoffice.com, serves roughly 18,000 business and government customers with volume pricing agreements. These customers are comprised of 300,000...

    Posted 05/20/2002

    Fremont, California – May 20, 2002 – Mercado Software, the leading Search and Browse solution provider for e-business, today announced that Boise Office Solutions has selected Mercado Software’s IntuiFind 5 Search and Browse solution to power its growing online business. The company’s Web…
  • / E-Retailers

    Coldwater Creek closes one of two distribution centers

    Multi-channel retailer Coldwater Creek Inc. will close its Sandpoint, ID, distribution center and concentrate its distribution operations in its 600,000-square-foot facility in Parkersburg, WV.

    Posted 01/11/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Multi-channel retailer Coldwater Creek Inc. will close its Sandpoint, ID, distribution center and concentrate its distribution operations in its 600,000-square-foot facility in Parkersburg, WV.
  • Focused----but not too fancy

    What’s it take to become one of the web’s stickiest retail sites? Coldwater Creek knows. Coldwatercreek.com holds its average shopper 18 minutes-nearly a minute longer than No. 2 JCPenney.com and nearly 5 minutes longer than Landsend.com, Media Metrix says. “We focused strongly on bringing our brand to the Internet and sticking to our niche,” says Karen Reed, vice president of Coldwater Creek’s Internet division. “We focused on getting the basics...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    What’s it take to become one of the web’s stickiest retail sites? Coldwater Creek knows. Coldwatercreek.com holds its average shopper 18 minutes-nearly a minute longer than No. 2 JCPenney.com and nearly 5 minutes longer than Landsend.com, Media Metrix says. “We focused strongly on bringing…

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