Tag: product information

Walmart Drops ‘Stores’ from Name, Highlights the Importance of Getting Your Product Represented on Marketplaces!

By | January 11th, 2018

Walmart, the 55-year-old retailer, announced that it is dropping the word “stores” from its title in order to solidify their eCommerce Strategy. Effective February 1st, Walmart will change its legal name from “Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.” to “Walmart Inc,” according to a company press release. The company has spent billions acquiring websites like Jet.com and Bonobos, […]

Amazon: Prime-Time For The Grocery Industry

By | June 20th, 2017

The grocery industry is the most pedestrian of retail endeavors – customers drive to stores, pick and pack their shopping, pay and then drive home. Many have tried to e-commercialize the grocery industry, but the business model never really seemed to work. The consumers desire to touch and feel grocery products before purchasing has been […]

The Struggle to Overcome Cross-Channel Commerce Challenges is Real

By | May 4th, 2017

1WorldSync Omni-Channel Data Study: Charting Course for Global Commerce A new data study commissioned by 1WorldSync highlighted some of the key challenges suppliers and retailers face when trying to achieve true cross-commerce capabilities.  The study surveyed 400 merchants and suppliers from Europe and the U.S. with more than $500 million in annual revenue, and uncovered […]

Everyday is Black Friday with the 1WorldSync Omni-Channel Solutions.

By | October 19th, 2016

As a brand owner, manufacturer or supplier, you want to get your products onto as many shelves, storefronts and retail sources as possible so that everyday feels like Black Friday!  Retailers are asking suppliers to deliver more content, faster and more often than ever before. The problems suppliers, manufacturers and brand owners face in their […]

This Year’s Back to School Checklist Includes Transparency & Traceability

By | August 11th, 2016

Samantha is allergic to dairy, so please be sure she isn’t served milk! Luke has a nut allergy, so it’s critical that he avoids all foods with peanuts.  Harry is allergic to milk and eggs, so he has to steer clear of foods with either of these ingredients (think cupcakes, cookies and other treats). Welcome […]

Product Transparency and an Industry Renewing Its Purpose

By | August 10th, 2016

Go to a store. Pick up a food product. Read the ingredients label. You might see words like Acetic anhydride, Benzoin Resin, Benzoyl Peroxide, Calcium hypochiorite, Lactiylic sterate, Paracetic acid, Spermoil hydrogenated, Xanthan gum or Zinc Gluconate. All are permissible ingredients in food products and are listed in the FDA’s Generally Recognized as Safe or […]

Back to School Blues: The Chore of the Daily Lunch

By | August 5th, 2016

The sunscreen bottles are nearly empty.  The luggage is stored in the garage (and if you’re lucky, the in-laws safely on their way back home).  We’ve binged watched every show in our queue and eaten the last of the season’s crop of good peaches.  Summer is this close to being in the rear view mirror. […]

The Dream of a Product Shelf. How to Get Your Products Online and Selling.

By | June 28th, 2016

Every business person starts their journey with an idea.  An idea they hope will be life-changing.  For many, these entrepreneurial dreams hark back to summer lemonade stands, paper routes or garage made inventions. Dessert queen, Debbie Fields[1] famously took to the streets, passing out freshly baked chocolate chip cookies to any passerby.  (Her Mrs. Field’s […]

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Product Information

By | June 21st, 2016

Nothing symbolizes summer in America more than the fourth of July. Barbecues, fireworks and flags waving in the breeze are everywhere you turn. The US of A celebrates her 240th birthday this year and honestly America, you don’t look a day over 220! Seriously, have you had work done?? America the Beautiful is taking health and […]

How to make a ridiculous, drool-worthy and perfectly dangerous online shopping experience

By | May 9th, 2016

“I shop all the time – on my commute, at work, at home, during the weekend…..The ability to find exactly what I want at the moment I’m thinking about it can be dangerous.” Lisa Green, head of fashion & luxury brands at Google, NYC[1] Consumers today have more places and ways to shop….and have increasingly […]