Canadian shoppers are being lured to American sites with perks, and domestic companies are stuck playing catch-up.
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Companies that trade in information have dominated the first round of the digital economy. In the emerging second phase, businesses must combine digital disruption with real-world infrastructure.
More and more retailers are using beacons to merge in-store shopping with mobile access to information—and data shows they work
By watching what people click online, market researchers are harnessing the power of big data to spot trends before they happen. At least, that's the pitch
As Cyber Monday approaches, too few Canadian retailers know how to satiate growing demand for online shopping
It has nothing to do with discomfort with the technology: the truth is, there are too many alternatives that work
Despite all the buzz surrounding smartphone-enabled shopping, the public still finds the technology clunky and risky
Smart brands have discovered that kiosks can be used to sell a lot more than cans of pop