Tag: Walmart

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, […]

Product Content Management In Your Rearview: A Look Back And A Look Forward

By | December 4th, 2017

Hide your stocking stuffers and savor those sips of eggnog..2018 is almost here! A lot happened in 2017. Amazon bought Wholefoods, Alibaba grew in America, companies like Tyson and P&G launched SmartLabel initiatives and so much more. Technology now penetrates nearly every aspect of our lives and the industry continues to shift  in major ways […]

Happy Holidays! Tis The Season For Trusted Product Content

By | November 16th, 2017

As Halloween passes and the smell of Pumpkin Spice surrounds you, you see Christmas decorations appearing in stores. We say it every year, “Already, it’s the beginning of November?” Stores seem to remind us earlier and earlier every year that Christmas is coming. The shopping season has already kicked off, 30% of shoppers plan to […]

Get Your Product to Walmart.com Before the Holidays

By | October 11th, 2017

The holidays are rapidly approaching and Walmart is ramping up its product assortment giving consumers a plethora of choices for gifting this holiday season. Did you know that according to a study from the National Retail Federation (the nation’s largest retail trade association), many small and mid-sized retailers report that as much as 20 percent […]

Great News for Kroger VIP Suppliers! Go further with your product content and get your products to new shelves

By | October 9th, 2017

Kroger continues to demand better and richer product content and has leveraged their partnership with 1WorldSync to obtain product specific content directly from the most trusted source — the brand owners. As Chris Kirkland, Business Solutions architect at Kroger shared in an article “The Kroger Company Goes Beyond Brick and Mortar,” “we wanted to help […]

What is the difference between a gorilla and a mouse?

By | October 5th, 2017

In short a lot. I’m not talking about Harambe vs Ratatouille, this is about the big box stores we all grew up with vs the online shopping universe. However in the world of retail today, writers, pundits and advocates are focused on how the mouse is being agile and changing, while the gorilla is the […]

Walmart and Google Take on Amazon!

By | August 28th, 2017

Google and Walmart announced last week a partnership that is starting next month. Walmart customers will be able to access hundreds of thousands of products from the company’s shelves via the online retailing service Google Express, an online marketplace where customers can purchase and set up delivery from stores like Target and Walgreens. Walmart products […]

Sourcing A Single Source Of Truth For Lowe’s And Beyond

By | August 21st, 2017

In Charting Course for Global Commerce, a recent study by 1WorldSync, 78 percent of merchants report their product content exchange system cannot keep up with enhanced consumer demands for transparency. Did you know that you only need one solution to get your product content to Lowe’s and beyond? Further, did you know that 1WorldSync is […]

1WorldSync AUG 2017: What Happens In Vegas..Does Not Stay in Vegas!

By | July 5th, 2017

Oh what a time!  Late June back in 2017… Sounds a bit like a song, right?  I was asked to write up a little something to recap our recent Annual User Group, and I have to say, there were some amazing times had in Las Vegas. On Day 1 Ken Yontz from 1WorldSync, our MC […]

Shoptalk 2017 Recap

By | March 28th, 2017

It was a great week at Shoptalk 2017.  Connected Commerce is the name of the game…companies are mobilizing behind mobile and beyond!  From sessions on how online is going offline to rising mobile commerce in China;  with major retail and brand speakers like eBay, Nordstrom, Walmart, Kimberly-Clark, Mondelez, Samsung, HSN, Apple, Lowe’s and on and […]