In the current tech savvy world, Amazon has been the clear winner against online and offline retailers through disruptive advancements in digitization of its Supply Chain. However, it might be important to realize the implications of rapid innovation and understand where the real war is.
The Amazon Dash – joke or supply chain innovation?
Amazon is leveraging its deep engineering skills to quietly upend the traditional e-commerce fulfillment chain.
Why Wal-Mart's physical footprint and employee base will allow it to beat Amazon in e-commerce over the long term
Local food producers have played a key role in economic development across rural areas in the US. Whole Foods built a model that scaled this ecosystem and provided access to eager consumers. How will Amazon’s acquisition affect the local-first philosophy that Whole Foods has championed?
Digital technology is transforming Amazon’s supply chain through Amazon Prime Air, an initiative to develop a fleet of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to digitize and automate its last-mile delivery process.
Nike has made recent efforts on direct-to-consumer and supply chain transformation, but is still experiencing stalling sales. Are the recent initiatives enough?
Lazada used to be the “Amazon of Southeast Asia”, but as of summer 2017, has to compete directly with Amazon as they enter the Southeast Asian market. Can Lazada embrace digitalization to compete with Amazon’s “anticipatory shipping” model and two-hour Prime Now delivery service?
Print newspapers are dying. So why is Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos investing millions in the Washington Post?
“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.”