Trends 2012: US Retail eBusiness
January 13, 2012
Why Read This Report
eBusiness executives in retail will grapple with three key trends in 2012: growth of mobile device usage, heightened competition from Amazon.com, and continued market share shift to web retail. Specifically, retailers will need to answer the following questions: What is the right mobile road map for my business? How do I keep my business competitive with cutthroat pure-play companies? What do changing shopping channels mean for my long-term profitability?
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Table of Contents
- Three Areas Of Focus Will Dominate Retail Road Maps In 2012
- Other Topics Will Capture Retailer Interest But Won't Be Game-Changers (Yet)
- Prioritize Your 2012 Efforts To Address These Big Retail Forces
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