Today Shopify is launching a mobile app that allows consumers to sell their wares through social channels. This is the first time the commerce platform has broken away from its shopping cart and point-of-sale business.
All participants in financial services will have to start behaving, thinking, organizing themselves as technology companies and focus on three things: technology, data and customer (or, better yet, user) experience.
Learn more about Next:Money, O'Reilly's conference focused on the fundamental transformation taking place in the finance industry. Editor's note: We’re approaching an inflection point in all things “money”...
Wal-Mart is paring the number of products in its stores, aiming to better organize an unruly system for managing inventory while keeping shelves neat and better stocked. But the efforts have added to tensions with vendors.
We’ve been working with bitcoin at Glenbrook for a few years now, teaching about it in our boot camps, and holding one-day workshops on math-based currencies and blockchain technology. I have one conclusion. The focus of the evolution of digital
‘Tis the season to be digital. ECommerce forecasts for all of 2015 are expected to reach $349 billion in the U.S. and $1.67 trillion globally. Analysts report that this holiday season alone, digital will drive $70 billion in sales – with roughly 14 percent of that coming strictly from mobile devices. That $11 billion, while […]
Over the past few years, China's Tencent Holdings Ltd. has invested in mobile apps that provide offline services like restaurant booking and taxi hailing. President Martin Lau this week explained the rationale behind those deals.
I feel like investors and entrepreneurs are doing themselves a disservice by bucketing all types of companies that sell stuff online into the same 15-year-old catch-all category of “ecommerce.” As a VC, I am trying to challenge myself to a higher level of intellectual rigor when I evaluate what I used to call ecommerce and engage in a more nuanced conversation around the levers that will drive growth, margin, and sustainability. Sure, technology must be a component, but there seems to be a
In what seems quite a number of years ago, back in 2012, Merchant Warehouse (now Cayan), announced what I think was the first “Merchant App Store”, marketed as the Genius Customer Engagement Platform. Running on a somewhat traditional Verifone MX915
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