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Stock availability is the degree to which a brand or retailer has inventory of all their listed items to meet customer demand.
Riya Anand | 24th Aug, 2022,
Consumers are discovering and trialing new eCommerce marketplaces, brands and products at a faster rate than ever before, given the vast amo...
Praveen Sheethalnath | 23rd Aug, 2022,
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Jeevanantham Kailasam | 30th Jun, 2022,
Last week the DataWeave analytics team identified the states most impacted by the baby formula shortage, only to see feminine hygiene produc...
Amy Fieber | 22nd Jun, 2022,
As the baby formula shortage continues, retailers and brands are working quickly to meet evolving consumer demand, considering supply chain ...
Amy Fieber | 14th Jun, 2022,
The combination of economic uncertainty, inflation, and perceived affordability has increased consumer’s willingness to buy and try more p...
Nadir Islam | 12th Apr, 2022,
Access to these types of real-time digital marketplace insights can enable retailers and brands to make strategic decisions and he...
Akhil Gopi | 11th Feb, 2022,
Business has been anything but usual this holiday season, especially in the digital retail world. The holiday hustle and bustle historically...
Nadir Islam | 4th Jan, 2022,
The explosive growth of online shopping has forced brands to re-examine their e-commerce processes to stay competitive and profitable. In pa...
Amy Fieber | 8th Dec, 2021,
As eCommerce grows in complexity, brands need new ways to grow sales and market share. Right now, brands face urgent market pressures like o...
Praveen Sheethalnath | 30th Nov, 2021,
The exponential growth of eCommerce has forever changed holiday shopping as we know it. What was once led by the launch of Cyber Monday in 2...
Amy Fieber | 23rd Nov, 2021,
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