E-commerce merchants are bracing for escalating threats posed by customer dishonesty and insider misconduct. This trend is exacerbated by the economic downturn, which has tightened cybersecurity budgets, making the marketplace more vulnerable to attacks, including those from politically motivated, highly skilled nation-state hackers...
The use of generative AI technology has moved beyond the curiosity phase for retailers and become the foundation for software business applications that enable enterprises to conduct business better and more quickly.
Shipping protection and warranty services by Extend offer peace of mind to e-commerce customers and revenue opportunities for online retailers of all sizes.
Sooner or later, small-to-medium-size businesses engaging the e-commerce market and looking to grow must buy into a more workable solution for the demanding customer experience. StoreConnect and Salesforce transform SMB e-commerce by improving customer experience and enabling scalable growth.
Small and mid-sized businesses in the e-commerce space have long struggled to compete with the might of retail giants. Now, generative AI is emerging as a cost-effective solution that could level the playing field.
Software buyers are placing a growing emphasis on AI and value-driven decisions. Despite economic uncertainties, there is a positive outlook, with an anticipated increase in technology investments.
Venn Software introduces a patented secure enclave technology, transforming the control over PCs in remote work settings. This innovation promises to bring the ease of mobile device management to the personal computer domain.
Adopting tech-based software platforms is crucial for solving supply chain issues. Yet, achieving transparency remains a challenge, especially for non-tech-savvy merchants and shippers.
As physical stores enjoy a return of foot traffic from younger consumers, their banking and payment preferences present challenges to retailers.
Attention retailers! Are your stores ready to get phygital? A successful phygital retail strategy blends the useful elements of the in-person customer experience into the digital sphere interchangeably.
King of the Curve combines gamification and social strategies to assist science students in scoring better on med school entrance exams and related challenges.
Metaverse constructors are still figuring out how to detect who is visiting virtual stores, where and when they visit, how and for how long they interact with products, and why they engage with specific content.
Among the many challenges retailers face, customer-related concerns appear to be the most pressing. The best way forward for retailers is to focus on integration and automation.
Sens. Gary Peters, D-Mich., and Rob Portman, R-Ohio, introduced the legislation that seeks to address open source software risks in government. The proposed Bill, S. 4913, now awaits action by the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs.
The supply chain debacle and the rising costs of everything have forced consumers to make critical choices in how they spend their rapidly disappearing dollars. Retailers can no longer rely on personalization strategies alone to win over or retain loyal customers.