Posted By  |  January 5, 2016

I have always been told to write the why, what and how a topic will affect the reader. In the case of eCommerce, the audience understands the why. Forrester research published a study that showed the growth of eCommerce from $262 billion in 2013 to a projected $370 billion by 2017. In addition to this revenue growth, employment rates increased from 400,000 individuals in 2013 to an expected 100,000+ growth by 2017. So the why of increased product exposure, better customer service and quicker response time is obvious; the what and how is most important for companies to understand when it comes to eCommerce these days.

Posted By  |  December 29, 2015

  Has this ever happened to you? You work in operations or IT for a wholesale distributor and have figured out how to get data out of multiple systems to provide reports to upper management. Then, one day an executive comes by and says, “Hey, you know that great report that you did on product sales by […]