It’s been a strong year to date for British online supermarket Ocado, which revealed strong profit growth, a new deal to sell its proprietary software platform overseas, and the launch of a fresh funding drive to expand its capacity and further develop its technology.
Last year, Poole-based retailer of handmade cosmetics Lush made the decision to migrate its entire ecommerce infrastructure to the cloud.
A number of UK retailers – particularly those operating in the grocery sector such as Tesco and Morrisons – are trialling electronic shelf labelling (ESL) in their stores.
New Zealand online marketplace Trade Me is a household name in its home nation, with 4.1 million member accounts in a country with a population of 4.8 million.
Tophatter is offering more than 10 million shoppers around the world a new ecommerce experience.
Paul Martin, UK Head of Retail at KPMG, discusses how the industry is navigating its way through a challenging period.
Andrew Lord, Ocado’s Mobile Team Leader, talks technology and user experience at the online supermarket. Continue reading…
Offering online shoppers an option to try before they buy, or the ability to defer payments, represents retail’s next big opportunity, says payments specialist Klarna.
An innovation and technology update from Paul Wilkinson, Head of Technology Research at Tesco Labs. Continue reading…
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