Zuora Revenue completes integration of RevPro automated revrec into its subscription business platform, just when customers need to step up their agility
Furniture supplier Wayfair has seen a welcome e-commerce uptick as demand for a decent home office kicks in. Will this replicate across this retail sector?
Now is the time for businesses in the hospitality sector to bring much-needed automation to finance and payments, writes Sage Intacct's Susan Casella.
H&M's sales collapse in March is indicative of a wider trend - Coronavirus isn't going to drive up online sales in every retail sector
Online grocery sales may be booming in the Coronavirus crisis, but other sectors, such as fashion, aren't likely to enjoy the same uptick, as H&M is proving.
Morrisons data breach court ruling - a significant win for employers, but not a 'get out of jail' card on corporate responsibility
Morrisons is not responsible for the malicious actions of an employee with a grievance who stole data from the firm, a UK Supreme Court ruling that will please employers, but mustn't be seen as a fall back option for ignoring responsibilities.
Uber Eats is teaming up with Carrefour and others to delivery groceries, while Tesco is responding to increased demand.
As we're all told to shop online wherever possible, the role of the warehouse in e-commerce is all the more crucial. It's also currently subject to a lot of public health controversy,
We are still in the early days of a long fight against the novel Coronavirus, but we consider what the world might look like once we come out the other side.
The updated view from customer 238,319 in the virtual queue - how omni-channel retail is coping with Coronavirus
Updating developments in the retail sector's efforts to maintain working supply chain management during the Coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus has had an impact on supply chain management demands across the retail sector as Dutch firm HEMA has found.
Nike CEO John Donahoe - China crisis provides an omni-channel retail playbook for US and Europe as Coronavirus spikes
Nike is a retailer with a large amount of exposure to the Chinese market and as such its experiences of dealing with the Coronavirus outbreak offers some key learnings for the US and Europe.
The British government is temporarily relaxing competition laws so that supermarkets can work together to help ensure supply meets demand.
Julie Whalen, Williams Sonoma’s CFO, said that the company will be focusing on business-critical tech spend for the time being.