Allure Bathrooms, a quickly growing omnichannel retailer, has been acquired by the publicly-listed Disruptive Investment Group for $2 million.
Streamlined order management systems and processes can be used to integrate e-commerce sales with shipping and supply, allowing for enhanced omnichannel capability, writes Mark Troselj.
The PAS Group, which owns brands including Review, Metalicus and Marco Polo, has completed an initial public offering that values the company at $120 million.
Having already had the nominations deadline extended once, Online Retail Industry Awards organisers are keen to move into the judging phase where the next round of e-commerce exemplars will be chosen.
Australian beauty export brand, Aesop has big plans for future growth, but requires some significant systems upgrades to get there – enter NetSuite’s OneWorld solution.
Omnichannel retail strategy requires a new way of thinking about technology, processes and organisational structure. We interview Will Bosma, VP of MuleSoft Asia Pacific to learn how this elusive shift can be successfully attained.
New Zealand’s premier online marketplace, Trade Me has come a long way since first launching in 1999. We take a look at why this Kiwi enterprise continues to gain traction with Australian retailers and merchants.
Chemmart may not be the first Australian pharmacy chain to sell online, but its partnership with Oracle enables a highly unique future in multichannel retail.
Dick Smith has opened three bricks-and-mortar outlets in the one Queensland shopping centre yesterday, signalling the company’s dedication to a new, multi-brand strategy.
Having won an award at the 2013 ORIAs for its iOS incarnation, the EatNow app has now been released for Android users as well.