NYSE Outage and More Tech Failures Raise Red Flags
by Erin Duff | July 10, 2015 | eCommerce | 0 comments

Starting with a computer glitch that grounded United Airline flights for two hours, followed by a software update gone awry that closed the New York Stock Exchange for four hours, and minutes later an outage on the Wall Street Journal’s homepage, Wednesday July 8 saw some serious technology failures that some people are having a hard time chalking up to Read more…

Summer Months Don’t Have to Mean Low Sales
by Erin Duff | June 26, 2015 | eCommerce, Uncategorized | 0 comments

This week was the official start of summer and unfortunately for many online retailers that means lower than average sales. Between vacations, summer camps and numerous outdoor activities, consumers are busy during the summer months and spending less time on their computers perusing online stores. According to web analytics firm SumAll, gross sales for online merchants in July decline by Read more…

3 Ways An Omni-Channel Experience Can Strengthen Your Brand
by Caroline Crawford | June 4, 2015 | Contests, Customer Loyalty, eCommerce, Social Commerce, Social Media, Visual Galleries | 0 comments

In our technology-driven world, consumers have become dependent on using technology to shop and communicate with their favorite brands, making it critical for companies to embrace technology and create a brand experience that fits all types of shoppers. As a retailer or manufacturer, thinking of new and creative ways to attract new customers and keep your current ones means fitting Read more…