Category: Industries

The future reality of eCommerce: Augmented & Virtual

The future reality of eCommerce: Augmented & Virtual

‘I would love to buy this corner table for our drawing room, but I am not sure if it would go with the color of the wall’, says my mom, a fifty-seven-year-old lady who had spent the past hour scrolling through the...

/ November 17, 2017
Personalization is a goal all retailers should try to achieve

Personalization is a goal all retailers should try to achieve

“Tell me who your friend is, I will tell you who you are.” This could be rephrased to any retailer as “Tell me who your customer is, I will tell you how to sell”.  Just imagine you are in a crowded place,...

/ November 17, 2017
Silicon Valley’s in INDIA Possible

Silicon Valley’s in INDIA, Possible?

Indians have been dominating the technology market in the world, world’s biggest companies have INDIAN minds as their CEO’s. I can go on and on with the statistics of Indian succeeding in different sector around the world. But that’s not the point...

/ May 18, 2017
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Loyalty Programs – Are They Worth It?

Monsoon Commerce recently hired a Chief Customer Officer, which got me thinking on the need for Loyalty Programs. The minute a person thinks of buying something that is part of your SKU, he or she becomes your prospective customer. That is where...

/ August 29, 2016
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What Pokemon Go can do for your Retail Business

Pokemon Go is giving THE boost to Augmented Reality that it had been waiting for, for all these years. Apart from enraging the few millions like me from the countries that were not part of the initial launch of this heavily-sought-after game,...

/ August 29, 2016
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Emerging Trends in Retail e-Commerce

Transcending and complementing the brick-and-mortar retail stores is the ever-dynamic e-Commerce retail sector. What was once thought to be a threat to brick-and-mortar stores is now helping them greatly. Since the late 1990s, e-commerce has grown drastically. This transition from traditional physical...

/ August 12, 2016
Sustainability An approach to build highly competitive & profitable supply chains

Sustainability: An approach to build highly competitive & profitable supply chains

Sustainability involves business activities that provide present benefits to the organization without compromising the needs of future generations and introduced a concept of TBL (Triple Bottom Line). TBL was originally coined in 1987 by Bruntland Commission in Europe and was popularized by...

/ June 17, 2016
How to Identify New Revenue Stream

How to Identify New Revenue Stream

All consulting companies for e.g. XYZ IT consulting always target the established companies like HP, Cisco, Walmart etc. for business and revenue. This is very good and may be the only approach to get consistent revenue (a.k.a bread and butter) YOY and...

/ June 17, 2016
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The Next Wave of Manufacturing to Destroy the Passé Leaders and Create New Ones: Smart, Connected, Efficient and Green

Why strengths of a large established manufacturing firm can also define its limitations Clayton M. Christensen in his award winning book ‘The Innovator’s Dilemma: When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail’ pointed out two key finding that are today more pertinent...

/ June 17, 2016
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Honey, I shrunk the store!

Here is a fact. If Australian Retailers can shave 2% off their shrinkage, it can create close to 2000 jobs in Retail! This is assuming a large percentage of the savings is ploughed back into the business. Shrinkage costs retailers down-under(Australia) a...

/ June 17, 2016
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