The Army Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) has awarded a multi-year contract to SpeedFC to build and maintain an integrated e-commerce platform, replacing a proprietary legacy environment.
Discount retailers TJ Maxx and Saks Off Fifth outlets are reportedly planning to enter the online sales arena this year.
More than $11.6 billion of retail IT spending, or 35% of the total, will come from budgets other than that of the CIO.
Readers now prefer e-books to printed paperbacks and use social media to help make purchase decisions, and Amazon.com is the overwhelming first choice for book purchases.
Photo-sharing site Socialbliss is launching a new social commerce platform called Marketplace.
More than four-in-10 (44%) Canadian back-to-school shoppers want more online options.
H&M has launched online shopping in the United States, effective Aug. 1.
SAP AG and Hybris announced that SAP has completed the acquisition of Hybris, a leader in commerce technology.
American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. is launching “Rock Your Walk,” a series of consumer-created videos showing them wearing American Eagle jeans the retailer says will create a “virtual denim runway” stretching across the U.S.
The Army & Air Force Exchange Service announced a refresh of the organization’s official website, Shopmyexchange.com, in preparation for the key holiday selling season.