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Closing summer sale

Every second person in the US visit online store and shops some product. If you are one of them and stuck with price or quality of products you must need this e commerce store to visit and shop around it does not only offers economical price of high quality product but also offers great customer service. This online store offers free vouchers on your first purchase and there is no limit on first purchase as well whether you buy for $5 or $20 you are eligible for those vouchers.

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Summer sale discount is ending?

Online store stock value touched $1 trillion and now close to Apple

Amazon is now not only synonymous with online shopping, but is also opening physical stores, owns the Whole Foods grocery franchise and runs a massively lucrative cloud-services business

Most advance warehouse in the World , Amazon takes the lead claiming advance warehouse in UK

According to a recent NPR/Marist poll, 92 percent of America’s online shoppers have bought something on Amazon. More than 40 percent said they buy something on Amazon once a month or more often. In fact, when people shop online, they’re most likely to start on Amazon, the poll found.

Amazon has said that more than 100 million people around the world pay for its Prime subscription.

By early afternoon on Tuesday, Amazon’s stock was trading at $2,030 per share, up less than 1 percent, putting its market cap at $990 billion

Amazon’s stock value briefly topped $1 trillion on Tuesday, a little over a month after Apple crossed the same milestone.

The tech and retail behemoth, founded as an online bookstore by CEO Jeff Bezos in 1994, has been consistently profitable only since 2015. In fact, Amazon profits have averaged $2 billion in each of the first two quarters of this year.

Entrepreneur developing new portal that will reverse the traditional recruitment process

In a time where most of the corporate practices are either becoming digitized or are declared obsolete by industry standards, the person-person interaction-based form of interviewing an individual is just the norm that set to disappear.

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Virtual Mechanism based simulations are online tests, and they’re particularly effective in the field of hiring programmers, and all in all, is a robust recruitment strategy. The process of evaluation can be especially convenient as it can consist of technical and meaningful questions that are domain-specific, and additionally, in a cloud-based environment, the candidates’ ability to perform under time constraints and business-like environments is a huge bonus when it comes to selecting the right candidate.

On the other hand an approach that job seeker is practicing over the decades is still same which needs to be transformed. One of the entrepreneurs from Asia has his head down to reverse the approach and makes the job seeker life easy. Instead every time the job seeker get notified and has to apply for the job, he is developing a process which allows job seeker to insert data and upload resume once in his dashboard and leaves the rest to the better assortment in other interface.

‘This process will not only help job seekers in making their life convenient but also refine assortment and makes recruitment waste free. With such approach companies could have same filter but with much better assortment which will ultimately transform online recruitment. It will vanish the traditional trend of applying for a new job every time however ask job seeker for ONCE ONLY. 

This new recruitment approach will reverse the traditional process , refine data, redesign assortment, reduce waste , add on feature ‘Only Once’ and better filters for employers.

 

Sit back relax employees something incredible is on its way.

Wall-mart and Target US retail giants are directing their customers towards?

Walmart and Target keep adding features to their apps and offering customers big incentives to download them.

It seems like retailers are getting more and more aggressive in pushing people to download their apps.

Walmart (NYSE: WMT) introduced its Savings Catcher almost four years ago, encouraging people to scan their receipts and get a refund if a competitor beats its prices. It introduced Walmart Pay at the end of 2015, and around 25% of U.S. smartphone owners have tried it since. Last year, it introduced Scan & Go technology to a few dozen stores, where customers simply scan items and pay for them with their phones, and it’s slowly expanding it this year. And just last month, Walmart introduced Store Assistant, which provides item locations in stores and helps you create shopping lists.

Target (NYSE: TGT) is also pushing for more app downloads. It integrated its Cartwheel app, which provides special offers and coupons, with its main store app at the end of last year. It also outfitted its stores with bluetooth beacons to alert app users of nearby deals in stores. In December, Target introduced a payments platform in the app similar to Walmart Pay.

These features aren’t cheap to build out, and some incentives like Walmart’s Savings Catcher have ongoing costs. But Walmart, Target, and other big-box retailers can see great long-term benefits by increasing usage of their apps — not just one-time sales increases. Here are two of the biggest benefits.

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Better mobile sales conversion

It shouldn’t come as a big surprise that apps convert better than the mobile web. Apps can offer a better shopping experience than the mobile web as well as the ability to store payment information. In-app shoppers convert 21% of the time compared to just 6% for mobile-web shoppers, according to a recent report from Criteo.

That bodes well for retailers like Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) that have already had a lot of success getting customers to download their apps. Amazon’s app consistently ranks No. 1 or 2 in the App Store for the shopping category and in the top 20 overall, and more millennials say it’s the one app they can’t live without than any other app.

Indeed, Amazon continues to grab a larger share of online commerce as more sales shift to mobile from desktop. As Walmart and Target continue their respective pushes into online shopping, their mobile apps will play a critical role in turning shoppers into buyers.

Gathering more customer data

Perhaps even more important for Walmart, Target, and other brick-and-mortar retailers is the ability to collect customer data by connecting in-store purchases with an account.

Customer data has historically been a huge advantage for online retailers. Amazon uses data to improve sales conversions by putting the right product in front of the right customers. It can also use the data to develop private-label products, target advertisements for its ads business, and a host of other applications.

Access to shopper data is why Walmart is willing to send gift cards to customers who scan their receipts into the Walmart app for its Savings Catcher feature. The data it gathers from those receipts is far more valuable than the amount it sends out in store credit. Walmart Pay and the new Wallet feature in the Target App present another way to gather data on customers shopping in stores.

Understanding customers on an individual level will enable Walmart and Target to compete much more effectively against Amazon by leveraging their huge in-store sales to grow sales online. Walmart, for example, used its in-store shopper data to introduce Easy Reorder last summer, showing customers items they bought both online and in store. That can have a meaningful impact on online sales growth.

Taking on the giant

In online commerce, at least in the U.S., there’s Amazon, and then there’s everyone else. Walmart and Target are simply battling for second place.

That said, shareholders should expect continued investments from Walmart and Target to encourage in-store shoppers to download their respective mobile apps as a way to gather more data and convert more shoppers into buyers when they’re not in store. The mobile app is the key to a true omnichannel shopping experience, which is one key advantage brick-and-mortar stores have over Amazon.

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