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After a dull 2002, the supply chain automation picture brightens

Are web-based supply chain initiatives living up to expectations?

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The steps to identifying and choosing the right search engine optimization expert

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Appliance makers on the web learn to walk a fine line between retailers and consumers

Manufacturers have learned some valuable lessons about selling on the web, including how not to alienate their retailers.

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A competitive market is pushing site search technology to new plateaus

Competition among developers is pushing site search capabilities to new highs.

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Re-assessing drop shipping—again

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Shoebuy.com finds a marketing plan that fits

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E-mail marketing proves effective--in alienating customers

For all its advantages in market reach and cost efficiency, e-mail marketing continues to get retailers in trouble with their customers--billions of dollars worth of trouble, says a recent report from eMarketer Inc., "Privacy in the Information Age."

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When discounts drive customers away

Asking customers for a coupon code at checkout seriously alienates customers who don’t have such codes, says new research from Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management.

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Getting them there at the right time

Food Lion LLC and Dollar Tree Stores Inc. are deploying Timera Inc.’s web-based Enterprise Workforce Management systems in their stores. The system is designed to streamline workforce forecasting and scheduling.

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A web-based system streamlines Kroger’s hiring

The Kroger Co. started chainwide deployment of the web-based Unicru Inc. Hiring Management System that screens job applicants for experience and skills and checks them against criminal records.

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Slowly the dot-com orphans are coming home

Federated Department Stores Inc. last month roped Macys.com and Bloomingdale’s By Mail back into the corporate structure to operate directly under their namesake store divisions.

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Those hot rod Civics are bringing Crutchfield.com a younger audience

As it chugs toward 30 years of age, auto and home electronics retailer Crutchfield is using its web site to stay with it. Crutchfield.com has launched The Scene, an area dedicated to up-to-the-minute coverage of import tuner car shows, at which it began exhibiting last year as a branding initiative.

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Retail web surfing may be headed for a wipeout

Latest data from two market studies say consumers may be less prone to searching the web than they were a year or two ago.

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Two major cracks appear in the anti-sales tax facade

Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Target Corp. and other retailers last month started charging sales tax on online purchases. The action follows a deal with 37 states and the District of Columbia that grants them immunity from paying any back taxes on past online sales.

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It’s Valentine’s Day and shoppers are in love--with the web

The number of online orders for the two-week period leading up to Valentine`s Day on Feb. 14 surged 55% this year, to over 25 million from 16 million last year, while the value of sales rose 30%, to $2.7 billion from $2.1 billion, BizRate.com reports.

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They Did It Their Way

Some retailers don’t want to make programmers and software developers rich, so they turn to open source software to create home-grown applications.

By Mary Wagner Leave a comment
The Web as the #1 Path to Purchase

We are witnessing the most significant change in consumer behavior that has ever occurred in the U.S., and it’s taking place with stunning speed.

By Jack Love Leave a comment
Web Sales R Us

After a stumbling start, ToysRUs.com gets its act together and puts the brand power of the nation’s largest toy specialty chain to work online.

By Mary Wagner Leave a comment
Serving up the new connectivity

They may seem to be an application only a techie could love, but web services are one of those foundation blocks that can change how a retail organization operates.

By Paul Demery Leave a comment

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