Big data is a critical component for companies to consider in order to stay ahead of the competition and remain profitable, with excellent ROI to be had, writes Sunil Kumar.
US-based apparel retailer Neiman Marcus is rolling out a new feature in its mobile app that lets customers buy products seconds after they see an item on the street.
Online homewares retailer, The Home, has launched a shopping app aimed at the interior enthusiast market, allowing users to buy products and read articles.
Founded in Germany in 2011, HelloFresh entered the Australian market in 2012 and immediately started disrupting the big two with fresh new ways to do business and connect with their consumers.
In the leadup to their initial public offering due next month, vintage and craftware marketplace Etsy has filed a very interesting patent in the US.
The Apple Watch is set for release next month. With the wearables market yet to really take off, will having the Apple brand behind it make this smartwatch the one to shake things up?
Optus has announced it will release a smartwatch this year to enable consumers to pay for goods via its Cash By Optus app.
The launch of company esLabels is set to bring Australian stores into the digital world, with electronic labelling technology streamlining in-store pricing.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has revealed a small scale pilot program that delivers products to Chinese buyers with unmanned aerial vehicles.