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The growth in the online consumption is attributed to improvement in logistics.This is drastic rise from 108 million consumers who shopped online in the year 2017.
Having a well equipped warehouse to store products and peripherals is very important for any retail brand. Technology has undoubtedly enhanced the process of storage and supply chain, but can robotics technology be the next big thing? Let's find out.
Entire world turned its focus to India, as soon as India opened its gates to welcome the international market to trade in.
By 2020 Indias retail trade is expected to increase by 60% and itâ€™ll catch up US $1.1 trillion.
As per ASSOCHAM and global consulting firm EY data market size for Indian organic packaged food is expected to cross INR 871 million by 2021 from INR 533 million in 2016 growing at a rate of 17%.
Blockchain Tech Can Resolve Inefficiencies In Indias Current Trade Finance System: ASSOCHAM-Deloitte study
Blockchains application for identity management and know your customer (KYC) looks quite promising
Logistics in the e-commerce sector is an important lever in enriching customer satisfaction and a key enabler for growth of the e-commerce retail industry.
Amid a huge competition wherein every industry is toiling hard to reign supreme, it is the Indian beauty and personal care industry which is riding high.
Logistics in e-commerce retail is evolving with growing business requirements, and is acting as an important lever for business growth.
The largest e-commerce player in India significantly reduces OPEX and streamlines revenue recognition process with robotic automation.
As per a RBI report, there were 5, 37,286 sick MSMEs in the country in 2015, up from 2, 48,890 in 2013.
Apart from regular categories such as apparel, footwear and consumer electronics categories such as online medicine, grocery are few newly emerged segments which are fetching a lot of attention.