Walmart is the biggest retailer with 10.6% US market share in 2016. With increase in digitalization, consumers are shifting their behavior to online ecommerce as they seek for convenience and low costs. Will Walmart be able to prove that they can dominate in the digital age?
Walmart wants to get a billion tons of emissions out of its supply chain by 2030. How can it work with suppliers on a voluntary basis to do so?
Proponents of blockchain call it the next big thing. IBM is taking the lead on the supply chain blockchainization. Is its technology ready to transform the global supply chain?
“In 1994, after seeing an article citing Internet usage was growing by 2,300%, Jeff Bezos left a comfortable, high-paying job and started an online bookstore inside his rental house in suburban Seattle. His online bookselling company quickly morphed into the world’s largest online retailer with a $ 107 Bn revenue and $ 359 Bn market capitalization.”
Using smartphones as barcode scanners has created a showrooming phenomenon. How can traditional retailers catch up?
In the race to digitize retail over the next decade – I bet my money on the retail behemoth!
Can you think of any company or industry that hasn't been transformed – for better or for worse – by digitization? Let's see how Walmart has managed…
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Amazon looks to capture online grocery by establishing a physical presence to supplement its digital tactics
As it strives to maintain its global leadership, Walmart has joined hands with ride-sharing giant Uber, among other technological advancements.