Unconfirmed media reports indicate Target is in the early stages of developing its own mobile payment solution. If true, Target would join other major retailers like Walmart and Starbucks in making mobile payment a proprietary proposition.
Retailers who are focusing on mobile as a means of digitally engaging customers have some solid data backing up their approach.
A new technology platform has been launched with a very specific goal: to help retailers convert their online browsers into shoppers at their brick-and-mortar stores.
Microsoft introduced its HoloLens interactive 3-D virtual reality platform at the beginning of 2015. So far, it has not entered wide use among consumers or businesses.
Going into the final stretch of the holiday season, a majority of Americans are far from finished with their holiday shopping.
Holiday shoppers who need a friendly ear while looking for products online may want to check out Newegg.com.
Close to nine in 10 consumers will take a look at one specific retailer before making a holiday gift purchase.
Delivery performance in the first half of December may land many providers on the naughty list.
Dylan’s Candy Bar has achieved double-digit revenue growth since deploying a new solution to replace multiple legacy on-premise systems, including a custom-built warehouse management system.
2015 has been a good year for e-commerce. Alibaba shattered records on Singles Day with $14.3 billion in sales.