As online retail has evolved and consumer expectations have risen, retailers need to meet these needs in order to retain customers.
Nearly every computing service is moving to some form of cloud computing. For most retailers, the best option is to use one of the large cloud providers such as Amazon, Microsoft or Google.
Getting the most out of the massive amount of data generated by even moderate retail operations requires turning information into wisdom according to data-information-knowledge (DIKW) pyramid.
Protecting the security of e-commerce sites is a multifaceted issue that affects developers, business owners and consumers. Luckily, there are some basic best practices and tips that every e-commerce site can apply to dramatically improve a...
Thinking design is just a matter of your e-commerce site ‘looking pretty’ is a grave mistake that leads to unhappy customers and reduced sales. Design is far more than choosing the right background color and some stock images.
Software development is a changing and dynamic field. With so much going on, it can be difficult to get a grasp on what constitutes a good company, an excellent company, or a bad company.
The plethora of new SaaS platforms and integrations mean that is easier than ever to hack together a tech solution without writing a single line of code.
Chatbots are all the rage right now and are popping up everywhere. This can mean buying movie tickets in under a minute or getting instant answers to routine questions.
Once you’ve decided that you’d like to open an e-commerce site, the last thing you want is for software to get in the way of your primary business. Thankfully there are several mature e-commerce platforms out there that are worth considering.
Retailers encounter several challenges as they carry out their day-to-day activities. These challenges cut across their marketplaces, online stores and physical stores. Retailers are under pressure to modernize their stores to meet present-day...
Software development is always pivotal when it comes to creating a software solution aimed at disrupting its target market. In the past, this process allowed a programmer to write code for automating a procedure or solving a problem.
It’s not time for developers to hunker down for the AI apocalypse just yet. In fact, machine learning is eventually slated to become part of a programmer’s toolkit rather than a replacement for human programmers.