Doing business across borders presents a whole host of unfamiliar challenges to today’s merchant.
As technological advancement and increasing globalization unlock international markets,
it’s tempting to imagine that a business model successful in one region can simply be transplanted into another.
Not so. The logistics of domestic and international transactions have changed, and so too have customer expectations and preferences. Customer and merchants pain points have transformed and multiplied.
In this report, we explore some of the core challenges businesses today face in their quest to succeed in global commerce.
We offer an overview of how unified commerce can both resolve these issues and offer new advantages and standards of best practice, enabling your business to meet the demands
of tomorrow’s customer, no matter their location, preferred payment method, and mode of contact.
China is becoming one of the most important markets for luxury goods in the world. The rise of the Chinese luxury consumer is bringing a world of opportunities to luxury retail giants across the globe.
By 2025, it is expected that consumers in China will account for 44% of the $339 billion in luxury goods spending worldwide.
This infographic highlights these projected luxury sales increases and identifies the primary drivers and the preferred payment methods for Chinese consumers.
In just a few decades we've gone from face-to-face, catalog and phone omnichannel: endless retail/multiple ways to buy and receive goods. That change has expolded sales.
Download this interesting Infographic to see more.
While 85% of retailers say that unified commerce is a priority, many attempts at implementing have fallen short. Retailers, in order to accommodate today’s retail environment, need to rethink things and adopt a new approach. Read this special report on how retailers can overcome IT challenges and start on the road to unified commerce.
Published By: Lucidworks
Published Date: Aug 24, 2016
This white paper discusses the imperative demand faced by organizations to create satisfying and relevant search experiences for their users. Executives who read this white paper will learn what it means to the overall organization to provide unified information access; the impact and benefits of and challenges to pursuing a strategy to unite information across an organization; and the strategies and examples of organizations that have effectively utilized tools to support unified information access in the pursuit of delivering a superior and more relevant search experience for their users.
Successful order management systems are unique in their ability to create brand loyalty and generate new revenue streams. When executed correctly, they demonstrate a unified commerce approach for sellers that spans all points along a customer’s purchasing lifecycle. Intelligent fulfillment is also essential to organizations selling complex configurable offerings, due to assembly and fulfillment workflows that may span multiple facilities and planning systems.