Premier Edition | Released April 2016

Omnichannel Winners Of The Top 500

A Survival Guide for Store-Based E-Retailers

The Internet Retailer 2016 Special Report, The Omnichannel Winners of the Top 500, shows which retail chains are successfully pushing omnichannel initiatives.

  • 81-page downloadable PDF
  • Provides exclusive data-filled profiles of the 30 largest U.S. retail chains
  • In-depth case studies on web-only retailers opening physical stores
  • Charts and tables on web sales versus store sales for the largest brick-and-mortar players
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Top 500 retailers hope to outmaneuver Amazon.com by leveraging storefront real estate.

Sales on Amazon.com now account for about a third of all e-commerce transactions in the U.S. Major retail chains are reacting to this by pushing omnichannel initiatives that leverage a combination of brick-and-mortar stores, the web and mobile commerce properties to their benefit—something Amazon can't do, at least not yet. Is this omnichannel strategy attracting new shoppers, improving sales and driving profits? Internet Retailer's Special Report, The Omnichannel Winners of the Top 500, separates the winners and the losers in omnichannel retailing. In its 50 pages, the Report divulges the secrets of the most effective store-based retailers, offers reasons why a slew of fast-growing online retailers are switching up their business models to open physical stores, and details, via an exclusive survey, what consumers really think about the omnichannel shopping experience.

What you get

  • Detailed profiles of the 30 largest U.S. retail chains as ranked by their 2015 North American web sales
  • Overview detailing some of the largest U.S. retail chains' omnichannel strategies
  • Key charts on how retailers' store sales compare to web sales
  • Exclusive survey on consumer attitudes on the omnichannel shopping experience
  • Feature story on how retailers' omnichannel capabilities are put to the test

In technology, we are planning productivity improvements by focusing on fewer, more meaningful projects, such as a scalable merchandising solution that supports seamless integration across multiple channels.

-– Michael Koppel, chief financial officer, Nordstrom Inc.
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WHAT'S INCLUDED

Revealing the successful strategies of key omnichannel e-retailers.

In-depth overview and feature articles detail the state of omnichannel retailing among the Top 500 today. Detailed profiles of the 30 largest U.S. retail chains as ranked by their 2015 North American web sales, featuring the omnichannel capabilities, strategies and store visit findings for each, in addition to the name and corporate contact information for each company’s leading e-commerce executive.

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Companies

Here are the 30 top retail chains profiled in this report.

 

Walmart.com
Staples Inc.
Macy’s Inc.
The Home Depot Inc.
Costco Wholesale Corp.
Office Depot Inc.
Best Buy Co. Inc.
Sears Holdings Corp.
Nordstrom Inc.
Kohl’s Corp.

Gap Inc.
Williams-Sonoma Inc.
Target Corp.
Lowe’s Cos. Inc.
L Brands Inc.
J.C. Penney Co. Inc.
Toys ‘R’ Us Inc.
Neiman Marcus
Walgreen Co.
Urban Outfitters Inc.

GameStop Corp.
J. Crew Group Inc.
Foot Locker Inc.
Restoration Hardware
BarnesandNobles.com
Abercrombie & Fitch Co.
Dick’s Sporting Goods
American Eagle Outfitters Inc.
Bed Bath & Beyond Inc.
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