Facebook is reportedly working with researchers from Stanford University to overcome existing limitations in chatbot capabilities.
November has quickly become a big month for the Australian online sector, while December is traditionally the busiest shopping season of the year. What does that make January?
Macy’s poor Christmas sales have caused the struggling department store to cut its profit guidance, with its business woes sparking an industry-wide wipeout.
The 2019 All Star Bash is just around the corner, with the industry bracing to find out who this year’s Top 100 Online Retailers and Category Winners are.
A national survey commissioned by online retailer, Container Door, has revealed some interesting statistics around how much Aussie shoppers love to bag a bargain.
Chinese holidaymakers are spending big in Australia, with 68 percent of tourists reportedly using their mobiles to make purchases during their trip, both online and in-store.
Whether it’s B2B, Manufacturing, Wholesaling or B2C, businesses are constantly striving to find their competitive advantage. Much capital and human investment focus is placed on the front-end, yet the impact of these efforts is lost if the back-end processes across the supply chain cannot provide effective support. It is this increase in competition that is driving advancement in the supply chain space and in turn changing the face of retail as we know it.
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