The Logic Behind Logistics
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The logistics sector is booming and touted to be worth $307 billion by 2020.
In this week, we have seen e-commerce giant Amazon has rebranded its grocery service Amazon Now to Prime Now. Well, it makes sense for Amazon to capture the consumers who has evolved in ordering milk and bread online.
The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of the Indian retail industry clearly depicts an overwhelming growth of 10% every year. If every piece falls in the right place then India will surpass the capabilities of China by the end of 2025.
Machine learning can effortlessly quantify buying behavior over and over again, each time digging deeper into trends. In nutshell, it is a powerful tool to recommend what your customers didn't know they wanted.
The advent of e-commerce websites has made it possible for the common people to get what they want
The article sheds light on few significant challenges that the e-commerce companies are facing when it comes to last mile delivery
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.
Regulatory Authority For E-commerce is Badly Needed
Packaging is everywhere and is fueled by a relentlessly increasing population and globally escalating consumption patterns.
The exponential growth in the e-commerce sector has left many mall heads baffled in the race of staying relevant to modern consumers.
Indian footwear industry is the second largest in the world. Many new entrepreneurs have started reinventing the industry owing to their innovative product offerings.
With the volume of e-commerce transactions growing at an astounding pace all eyes are under the lens are on the logistics industry and its growth and innovation is being looked upon as a key step for survival.