Tag: logistics

Supply Chain Might Be the Biggest Retail Disruptor

“Supply Chain Might Be Biggest Retail Disruptor” was authored by Karl Siebrecht, CEO and co-founder of FLEXE, and originally appeared on Supply Chain DIVE.  The forces wreaking havoc on the retail industry today sometimes seem unprecedented. Legendary stores and brands have failed—or are about to. New names pop up overnight and go toe-to-toe with venerable giants. […]

Top 5 Ways Augmented Reality and Apple ARKit Will Transform Retail and Logistics

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Earlier this month, Apple announced its arrival to the augmented reality (AR) party with the release of Apple ARKit, a new framework for building AR experiences on iOS devices (iPhone and iPad). AR and its sister technology, virtual reality (VR), have been on the horizon for years, but in AR’s inaugural uses, it’s either fallen […]

Innovate or Die: How’s Your eCommerce Strategy?

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eCommerce is fast-paced and competitive. Your logistics could mean the difference between life and death. is your ecommerce strategy strong enough? Can you remember your first online purchase? Seems like forever ago. Today, for many of us, shopping online happens more frequently than in-store purchases. It’s convenient, there’s 24-7 access, and we don’t have to […]

Nasty Gal: When a Disrupter Isn’t Disruptive Enough

Nasty Gal Inc., an online retailer focused on fast fashion for millennials, has gone from generating $85 million in revenue in 2014 to bankrupt in 2016… What happened? Founded by 32-year-old Sophia Amoruso in 2006, Nasty Gal’s rise and fall happened in less than a decade. It started as an eBay vintage store run solely […]

1 Big Lesson E-commerce Can Take From Walmart/Jet.com Acquisition

Walmart seems to be looking at every angle of its business as it tries to catch-up with Amazon’s giant online retail lead. Walmart’s acquisition of Jet.com has sparked an outcry across the Internet asking the question “will it” or “won’t it” help Walmart compete with Amazon. From a logistics and fulfillment standpoint, there is one big reason […]

// from Jordan Furdock at Net-Results