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  • Monsoon Commerce appoints a new CEO

    / E-Commerce Solution Providers

    Monsoon Commerce appoints a new CEO

    Tommaso Trionfi is Monsoon’s fourth CEO since 2012. The order management software supplier boasts 50 e-retailer clients in the Top 500 Guide and Second 500 Guide, mostly small to mid-sized merchants.

    Posted 01/22/2014Stefany ZarobanPost a comment

    Tommaso Trionfi is Monsoon’s fourth CEO since 2012. The order management software supplier boasts 50 e-retailer clients in the Top 500 Guide and Second 500 Guide, mostly small to mid-sized merchants.
  • NetSuite moves up among e-commerce technology providers to the Top 1000

    / E-Retailers

    NetSuite moves up among e-commerce technology providers to the Top 1000

    Since starting to upgrade its e-commerce technology a few years ago, providing more options to customize web sites, NetSuite has increased by more than half its roster of Internet Retailer Top 1000 clients.

    Posted 01/17/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Since starting to upgrade its e-commerce technology a few years ago, providing more options to customize web sites, NetSuite has increased by more than half its roster of Internet Retailer Top 1000 clients.

    Related Content:1000 | Order Management | Erp

  • Bulbs.com turns on a lighting leasing program

    / B2B

    Bulbs.com turns on a lighting leasing program

    The primarily B2B seller of lighting products has begun allowing commercial customers to lease LED lights for orders of $5,000 or more. That way, clients don’t need to pay as much upfront and, in most cases, the monthly energy savings should cover the payments, Bulbs.com says.

    Posted 01/16/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    The primarily B2B seller of lighting products has begun allowing commercial customers to lease LED lights for orders of $5,000 or more. That way, clients don’t need to pay as much upfront and, in most cases, the monthly energy savings should cover the payments, Bulbs.com says.
  • From click to cart: How Top 1000 retailers navigate Google’s new ad options

    / E-Retailers

    From click to cart: How Top 1000 retailers navigate Google’s new ad options

    Retailers are spending more money advertising with Google in hopes that the clicks they pay for lead to sales. And Google has been busy lately making changes to its advertising platform that can impact help retailers accomplish just that.

    Posted 01/16/2014Katie EvansPost a comment

    Retailers are spending more money advertising with Google in hopes that the clicks they pay for lead to sales. And Google has been busy lately making changes to its advertising platform that can impact help retailers accomplish just that.
  • An atypical but strong holiday season

    / E-Retailers

    An atypical but strong holiday season

    With six fewer days between Thanksgiving and Christmas than last year, e-retailers had to adjust their marketing strategies to drive online sales. Many found formulas that worked, however, as online sales over the holidays rose 12% compared to 2012, despite the shorter selling season.

    Posted 01/09/2014Zak StamborPost a comment

    With six fewer days between Thanksgiving and Christmas than last year, e-retailers had to adjust their marketing strategies to drive online sales. Many found formulas that worked, however, as online sales over the holidays rose 12% compared to 2012, despite the shorter selling season.
  • Holiday retail spending on PCs grows 10%

    / E-Retailers

    Holiday retail spending on PCs grows 10%

    U.S. consumers spent more than $46.5 billion during the holiday season, comScore says in an estimate that does not include mobile commerce. The shorter holiday season in 2013 served to make e-commerce sales softer than the firm had anticipated.

    Posted 01/07/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    U.S. consumers spent more than $46.5 billion during the holiday season, comScore says in an estimate that does not include mobile commerce. The shorter holiday season in 2013 served to make e-commerce sales softer than the firm had anticipated.
  • E-retailers trudge through extreme weather

    / Technology

    E-retailers trudge through extreme weather

    Carriers suspended deliveries across nearly 200 ZIP codes in the U.S. because of travel restrictions related to inclement weather. Several e-retailers contacted by Internet Retailer said they are taking steps to minimize the impact of the weather-related service interruptions.

    Posted 01/06/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Carriers suspended deliveries across nearly 200 ZIP codes in the U.S. because of travel restrictions related to inclement weather. Several e-retailers contacted by Internet Retailer said they are taking steps to minimize the impact of the weather-related service interruptions.
  • Why Online Stores switched e-commerce platforms

    / Technology

    Why Online Stores switched e-commerce platforms

    It wanted flexibility and room to grow, says CEO Kevin Hickey about his company’s move from the Yahoo Stores e-commerce platform to eBay Inc.’s Magento Enterprise platform. The move also helped drastically reduce overhead.

    Posted 12/27/2013Amy DustoPost a comment

    It wanted flexibility and room to grow, says CEO Kevin Hickey about his company’s move from the Yahoo Stores e-commerce platform to eBay Inc.’s Magento Enterprise platform. The move also helped drastically reduce overhead.

    Related Content:Ecommerce Platforms

  • Oracle buys Responsys for $1.5 billion

    / E-Commerce Solution Providers

    Oracle buys Responsys for $1.5 billion

    Responsys will become part of the marketing unit that includes Eloqua, an online marketing company Oracle acquired a year ago. Oracle is responding to Salesforce.com acquiring Responsys’ top competitor, ExactTarget, this summer, one analyst says. The deal is expected to close in the first half of 2014.

    Posted 12/20/2013Amy DustoPost a comment

    Responsys will become part of the marketing unit that includes Eloqua, an online marketing company Oracle acquired a year ago. Oracle is responding to Salesforce.com acquiring Responsys’ top competitor, ExactTarget, this summer, one analyst says. The deal is expected to close in the first half of…
  • A strong Monday for online sales follows a blockbuster weekend

    / E-Retailers

    A strong Monday for online sales follows a blockbuster weekend

    Online sales jumped 71% over the past weekend compared with last year, comScore reports today. Consumers ‘showrooming’ in stores likely contributed to the gains, comScore says. And Monday was the third billion-dollar day this season in web sales.

    Posted 12/11/2013Thad RueterPost a comment

    Online sales jumped 71% over the past weekend compared with last year, comScore reports today. Consumers ‘showrooming’ in stores likely contributed to the gains, comScore says. And Monday was the third billion-dollar day this season in web sales.
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