Tag: commerce

Our apprentice Cynthia’s internship abroad

By | September 7th, 2017

We are glad that our apprentice, Cynthia Jansen, had the possibility to do an internship in England in spring 2017. Cynthia has been one of five participants from her school class being able to take part in the scholarship program named GATE. The German Apprentices‘ Training in Europe (GATE) is a program which offers apprentices […]

It’s Just Commerce!

By | August 8th, 2017

Since I was a toddler, I have been exposed to multiple paradigm shifts within the marketplace that in one way or another are an attempt to reinvent how we as consumers buy things. For me, it started with going to stores, or shopping in a catalog and then blossomed into the world of connected commerce […]

2016 Readers’ Choice: Mobility

By | March 7th, 2016

Originally posted in Readers Choice of CGT – A Short List of the Best Technology & Services Providers to the Industry According to Peter Drucker, “Business has only two functions — marketing and innovation.” But with the pace of innovation and technology quickening we might want to think on using a new portmanteau; TECHNOVATION. Technovation […]

Be Efficient. Be Compliant. Be Transparent.

By | July 22nd, 2015

This year more than 250 1WorldSync community members gathered in Austin, Texas for 1WorldSync Annual User Group, Americas to collaborate on hot topics under the theme: Be Efficient. Be Compliant. Be Transparent. With informative sessions addressing key industry pain points relating to supply chain efficiencies, regulatory compliance and any channel commerce, Annual User Group, Americas […]

A Better Way to Find Stuff Online

By | April 21st, 2015

Finding and comparing products online is far more frustrating than it needs to be.  Especially if you’re trying to find the online version of a product you found in the store. There is almost no correlation between the offline product world and the online product world. I can say this confidently, because I found out […]

The Future of Social Commerce

By | September 9th, 2014

I think it is fair to say that commerce has always been a very social activity. Marketplaces have been a gathering place for people for thousands of years and word of mouth has always been a huge influence on what people buy. But as more and more people engage in social networking activities and platforms […]

The Mobile Product Information Gap

By | April 9th, 2014

The Mobile Product Information Gap Online sales in the U.S. totaled $263 billion dollars in 2013, an increase of almost 17% from 2012 according to the US Census. According to research firm Javelin, mobile commerce accounted for almost $60 billion, representing 188% growth from 2012. While this impressive growth in mobile commerce represents a tremendous […]