One of the most common places companies spend their money – in order to make more of it – is in market research. They know that the better they understand their markets, the better their chances are of being able to sell them their products and services.
Fortunately, there’s a long list of platforms that make it easier than ever for business owners to glean these insights in the Digital Age.
One of the most powerful examples is Adobe Analytics.
In an ideal world, your costs for running your business are transparent and bacon is healthy to eat. Sadly this isn't an ideal world: bacon can give you cancer and sometimes you end up paying way more than you were expecting for important business services and products such as eCommerce software.
At IWD, we love Shopify. And as it turns out, we’re far from alone. The popular eCommerce platform owns roughly 20% of the market. One of the many reasons it enjoys this kind of popularity is that Shopify is both extremely customizable and user-friendly.
BigCommerce, headquartered in Austin, TX, is one of the fastest-growing eCommerce software platforms in the world. Since its inception in 2009, the company has grown to more than 600 employees and supports more than 90,000 online stores in over 120 countries. With clients ranging from startups to midsized
businesses to high profile companies – including Toyota, Martha Stewart, and Ben and Jerry’s – BigCommerce has grown from a two-person startup to a global enterprise that helps retailers make billions of dollars in sales every single year.
Founder Kevin Burns launched Urbanspace to serve customers who want one-of-a-kind modern interiors that reflect their individual styles. Over the years, Urbanspace has stood out from the crowd by offering customers a team of full-service experts who can handle every aspect of creating these unique designs.
Online retail is no longer a trend of the future. More and more retailers are switching to e-commerce to connect to the growing number of online shoppers worldwide. Here’s a look at five of the largest companies that consume some of the biggest chunks of the global eCommerce pie.