By Jason Wallis | October 20, 2015
The agile design and development movement has become a foundational principle for tech startups, and as those startups move into new markets, the philosophy and process has also spread to disrupt other industries in sometimes surprising ways. Although retailers have always been quick to recognize opportunities and innovate online, the same cannot be said for their internal processes in the development and deployment of software. This blind spot leaves some of the biggest retail brands vulnerable.
By Jason Wallis | September 28, 2015
Categories: Retail & Commerce Technology
The software industry, by and large, has succeeded in the transition from on-premise software to SaaS as the prevailing choice. Both will continue to co-exist, but it’s time to start thinking about the next wave of change in the software industry.
By Jason Wallis | September 11, 2015
The rise of advanced analytics has given ecommerce companies more insight than ever into the performance of their sites. And the analytics tools aren’t stopping there — text analytics tools alone are expected to be a $6.5 billion-dollar market by 2020 according to Allied Research.
By Jason Wallis | June 25, 2015
Categories: Omnichannel Retailing
Though digital retail began taking shape in the 90s, the experience has transformed dramatically since the advent of personal technology. The 21st century brought the rapid adoption of mobile devices, compelling retailers to maintain both traditional and mobile-friendly sites. The evolution to mobile and consumers increasing comfort with online shopping across all platforms has created a number of challenges for enterprise businesses. Here are three challenges that retailers need to address in order to meet the changing needs and demands of their customers:
Tags: Mobile shopping