3DLook, a software development agency based out of San Francisco, are making body scanning technology mobile with their new body scanning software SAIA: Scanning AI for Apparel.
Alibaba Group has announced this week that it will invest approximately USD1 billion to increase its stake in Southeast Asian e-commerce platform, Lazada Group, from 51% to approximately 83%.
Email and cross-channel marketing automation platform, dotmailer, has announced this week that they are joining the Shopify Plus Technology Partner Program.
eWave announce partnership with Salesforce Commerce Cloud, formerly Demandware, as part of their global expansion plans.
Pitney Bowes Inc. a global technology company that provides products and solutions that power commerce, has announced that Jeremy Crooks has joined Pitney Bowes Global Ecommerce as its new managing director, in Australia and New Zealand.
Amazon has announced that the latest addition to the Alexa-powered Echo range of home hubs, the Amazon Echo Show, is set to go on sale June 28 for USD $230.
Bringing virtual customer service to the next level, Twitter aims to make it easier for retailers to turn negative Twitter rants around and deliver a positive online interaction for their customers.
As retailers embrace new technologies, such as AI and virtual reality, they should be aware of associated vulnerabilities with employees taking IP into their next role.
Last night was the official launch of Australia’s first sharing economy accelerator, The Sharing Hub, which was opened by government official Matt Kean, Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation, to drive this rapidly growing sector to boost jobs across Australia.
Australian retailers will have more choice in the way they run their business and sell to customers. Vend and Square’s POS and payments integration, first launched in the US late last year, is now available in Australia.