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With Shopify Ping, merchants will have the ability to manage their tasks and communication through a messaging app.
Using data allows for informed decisions, better engagement and an increase in revenue.
Easy Pay allows merchants to accept payments in person using a compatible smartphone.
Based in Seattle, Buttermilk launched in 2017 to the local Indian market and has since expanded to serve their products across the country.
Some Canadians with a hankering for movie theatre popcorn without the trek to a cinema are in luck.
Amazon intends to print and distribute a holiday toy catalog, which could potentially fill a void left by the “Big Book” that Toys R Us published ahead of each holiday season, featuring around 100 pages of advertising for kids and their parents to flip through.
Alibaba introduced its first “FashionAI” concept store recently, which makes extensive use of AI to simplify the apparel shopping experience for customers.
The company’s goal is to reduce shipping times by half in Western Canada by shipping to addresses in three days or less.
The retail giant’s concierge service for upscale shoppers faces significant challenges, but Jetblack could be ushering in an era of more personalized e-commerce, writes Twiggle’s Amir Konigsberg.
Turing has developed a visual search and recommendation engine that runs on artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms, and helps shoppers search for products using photos and videos.
Despite CEO Joel Silver’s recent resignation and declining sales, the tea brand remains focused on its new ecommerce platform.
The new execs are taking on roles like CFO, CTO, and CRO.
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