By Adri Nowell | January 6, 2016
Way back in 1994—when the Internet was young and snarky YouTube commenters just a twinkle in its eye—a small wedding supply company named Crafts ‘n Favors began its journey with two founders running the whole show. Fast-forward to 2015 and they’re now one of the largest importers, distributors and wholesalers of wedding products on the West Coast. They’ve grown into a thriving business that:
By Stephen Meserve | January 5, 2016
Now that the hardcore holiday shopping days have come and gone, you’ve probably heard some of the horror stories. Some retailers lost millions at the hands of heavy traffic outages and the criminals who know how to take advantage. If you’re in eCommerce, your nightmare scenario can be distilled into one little three-number code: 404.
By Adri Nowell | December 7, 2015
First it was Black Friday. Then it was Cyber Monday. Then they were stretched into weekends and, finally, full weeks. The line dividing the beginning and end of holiday shopping extravaganzas has grown hazy, but it’s safe to say the surge has passed.
By Stephen Meserve | December 4, 2015
Categories: Retail & Commerce Technology
It’s “The Clash of the Titans” for 21st century commerce. The world’s most devious hackers and sophisticated, malicious programs versus an army of immovable security auditors. Mozu’s cloud commerce platform was built by software architects and developers with the foresight to see that the industry dilemma of data security was only going to grow and mutate with every passing day.
By Stephen Meserve | November 18, 2015
Mozu’s November 2015 Service Update hands you greater control over your eCommerce site, continues the quest to achieve the best possible customer experience, and saves you valuable time by eliminating unnecessary steps in the Admin environment.
By Adri Nowell | November 3, 2015
The rapid evolution of eCommerce retail technology is responsible for more than just unprecedented online sales. Every time a convenient new feature is deployed, a special promo code is applied, or a personalized digital experience connects a shopper with precisely what she needs...those moments reverberate throughout society and improve lives.
By Adri Nowell | October 2, 2015
AOV (average order value) is a common key performance indicator (KPI). It’s kind of like a blood pressure monitor (or, “sphygmomanometer” if you’re feeling cheeky) for your eCommerce site. Measuring AOV clarifies how well you’re performing.