Retail Online Integration's fifth annual list of the leading women executives in omnichannel retail features some of the brightest minds in the industry. This year's nominees were chosen for being in a top-level position within an omnichannel retail organization, along with several other criteria, including their scope of responsibility, achievements within their own companies, and their involvement within the retail industry. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about the career paths of some of today's leading retail experts, as well as find out what they believe will be the top tip for omnichannel retail success in 2015.
Retail Online Integration Staff
One Kings Lane, a flash-sales site for high-end home goods, has taken a different approach to building a high-quality affiliate program. Its solution is to block coupon, loyalty or any other nonbrand relevant sites from its affiliate program. This puts all affiliates on a level playing field, making the program very attractive to those affiliates who
Welcome to Retail Online Integration's fourth annual list of the leading female executives in the omnichannel retail industry. The women chosen for this list hold top-level positions within omnichannel retail organizations, and are being recognized for their position and scope of responsibility, achievements within their own company, and their involvement within the retail industry. In addition to learning about the career paths of these top retail executives, each woman has provided her top tip for omnichannel retail success in 2014.
Even though the new year kicked off only a week ago, the retail industry is already buzzing about the new technologies and trends that will take over 2014. Before we get caught up discussing "All-Channel Retail," Retail Online Integration (ROI) wanted to take a final look back to see which trends shaped retail in 2013. Below are the top five articles (based on clickthroughs) from ROI in 2013:
We're proud to bring you our annual list of the 100 fastest-growing cross-channel retailers for the 2011 to 2012 fiscal year. To compile the list, we researched 2012 fiscal year net sales figures for all the public retail companies in the U.S. and Canada. We then compared those numbers to the previous fiscal year's net sales. After we figured out the percentage change year-over-year, we ranked each company in descending order for our top 100. We've also included some profiles that highlight specific companies on the list.
After receiving such great feedback on our inaugural list last year, we here at Retail Online Integration decided to make this an annual feature to highlight the leading female executives in cross-channel retail. The women on this year’s list, as were those on last year’s, are the best and brightest in the cross-channel retail industry.…
Retail Online Integration has compiled a collection of the best tweets from the National Retail Federation's BIG Show. From tips to trends to breaking news to opinions, enjoy the best of the best from the Twitterverse.
Retail Online Integration has compiled a collection of the best tweets from the National Retail Federation's BIG Show. From tips to trends to breaking news to opinions, enjoy the best of the best from the Twitterverse. Here are the best from Tuesday at the show:
The staff at Retail Online Integration has compiled a collection of the best tweets from the BIG Show. From tips to trends to breaking news and opinions, enjoy the best of the best from the Twitterverse and the NRF show attendees and speakers.
In today's cross-channel retail environment, a holistic approach to making any investment decisions — especially when it comes to choosing an e-commerce provider — is the name of the game. The process of choosing the right partner for your business can be a daunting one. H
While Retail Online Integration readers are increasing their focus on e-commerce and social media marketing this year, mobile marketing/commerce won't be garnering the same attention, at least according to responses to this year's Annual Trends Survey.