Global e-commerce is not only establishing itself, but it’s also booming. Consumers are increasingly buying online and are increasingly attracted to foreign brands and retailers. Better deals and a wider choice of products are just a click away. Cross-border e-commerce is therefore currently a great opportunity for brands and retailers looking for growth.
But how can companies ensure a successful entry into international retail? Our new white paper »International E-Commerce« has the answers.
Anyone who wants to stand out as a retailer or brand from what the rest of the competition has to offer more than just a large selection of products for customers. Meaningful information and interesting content around the product offer customers real added value. So the trend’s content commerce. Which sounds like exactly what it is, a seamless way to use useful content to sell products in an up-close shopping experience. That’s the theory. But what does that really mean? How can brands use content commerce for themselves? And what kinds of products and tech do you need to see it all through? These questions will be answered in our new white paper »Content Commerce. Strengthen Your Brand With a Valuable CMS and Shop System Content« using real examples.
As in swimming, there are also a number of internationally successful competitors in the cloud industry. SAP is one of the newcomers here. But what makes the cloud platform from SAP so special? To what extent does SAP differ, especially through »HANA«, from the other cloud providers? After all, SAP HANA is the basis of all cloud products from SAP and THE unique selling proposition among cloud providers.
2018 is slowly but surely coming to an end. But preparations for 2019 are continuing to run at full speed. Even better? There’s still news to announce before the end of the year! True to the motto: Think about tomorrow, today. We’re giving all brands, retailers, and manufacturers the chance to do just that. At the Handelskraft Conference on the 28th of March 2019 at the Klassikstadt in Frankfurt am Main.
Do I need an umbrella this morning? Add buttermilk to my shopping list. Play the latest episode of House of Cards in the living room. In millions of households, these questions and requests are already a regular thing in everyday life and are answered or completed (more or less) reliably by virtual assistants immediately. But how is it in offices? Are we ready to stop using our hands and let our voices work for us?
Due to ever-advancing digitisation and constantly changing customer requirements, companies are always facing new challenges. When looking for solutions, we’ve shown in previous posts what opportunities and benefits come with a PIM system.
Today, however, we’d like to show why a PIM system can help retailers and manufacturers meet their current challenges and emphasise the strategic role a PIM system plays within each organisation.
A data scandal here, sinking user numbers there. It looks like Facebook is continuing down the path of bad press for the long-haul. But Facebook has something good to announce, which should at least make environmentalists happy, among all their critics.
Music has always been part of my everyday life. Through the good times, and the bad. During special moments I won’t forget. It has the power to shape every moment with the right notes and melodies. It has only recently become possible to have a limitless catalogue of music with you at all times – and when Spotify launched in October 2008 they made it possible. A lot has changed in ten years. Today, Spotify does even more than just music streaming. Let’s take a look at their track record and explain what other companies can learn from it to drive their digital business.
The platform age is fractured, not just for B2C but also for B2B commerce. That was the focus of this year’s ECC Forum on April 12th at the BALLONI Hallen in Cologne, that we got to attend. We got to eavesdrop of presentations from large retailers and manufacturers like Conrad Electronic and Gabor Shoes. Furthermore, we got to exchange ideas and knowledge about new e-commerce developments with many different other retailers, manufacturers, and other digital experts. That helps us summarise what the five trends in the platform age are for you.
German companies are fit for the digital transformation from the inside out. Not just external macro data such as the status quo of the online retail has proven this. Working methods and internal organisation are adapting to the pace of the digital world. Agile methods are no longer empty promises. On the contrary: Every other major company already relies on agile project management, as a from Bitkom Research makes clear (German only).