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With the aid of technology and innovation, many brands under various sectors have proved their metal by utilizing it in the right manner. Let's know how can consumer electronic brands do that.
Every festive season brings with it an opportunity for the retail entity to gain consumers and profits. This year the scene is no different.
This year, potential omni channel retail trends would surely benefit both, retailers and customers. The more the channels, the more information retailers get about their customers, resulting in better customer experience.
Aspire System's director says that 2017 will continue to see this trend, where more retailers will optimize across channels while also investing in a merged/ seamless experience.
Mahindra will focus on building the Mojo into an umbrella brand, much like Bajaj's Pulsar, by modifying its engine and customizing the look of the same bike.
Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones will be the first 'Made By Google' smartphones, which will be sold online and through a number of multi-brand retail stores from 25th October.
'PRIOS' is a cost-effective, scalable solution that can be leveraged by mid-sized to large scale enterprises looking to amplify customer experience for their brand, claims company.
No doubt omni-channel retail is advanced and consistent in providing seamless customer experience (CX), but at the same time has its own set of challenges.
The lighting business at Bajaj Electricals Limited ended financial year 2015-16 with total revenue of Rs 1,100 crore, growing at 17.2 per cent.
Under the 'Flipkart Growth Capital' programme, launched in July last year, Flipkart sellers can avail loans with interest rates starting at 11.40 per cent.
Retail systems cannot run smoothly and efficiently with one or more components of retail planning missing. Effective collaboration of planning solutions can help retailers reach their omni-channel retail goals with ease.
Flipkart has tied up with lender Bajaj Finserv Ltd and electronics brands to allow consumers to buy electronics.
Over the last 2 years, Indian eCommerce majors such as Myntra, Snapdeal, Amazon etc have joined forces with more than 100 international brands.
Flipkart has recently announced that it will now sell cars and motorcycle on its platform. This move comes after Snapdeal launched its automotive platform Snapdeal Motors last month.