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7 E‑Commerce Shopping Innovations for Future Holidays

7 E-commerce Shopping Innovations for Future Holidays

Con­sid­er­ing it’s the hol­i­day shop­ping sea­son I fig­ured we should look into what’s on the E‑commerce hori­zon. Ray Burke direc­tor of Indi­ana Uni­ver­si­ty’s Cus­tomer Inter­face Lab­o­ra­to­ry has spent years ana­lyz­ing shop­ping habits. He was inter­viewed in a recent arti­cle on Popsci.com and he cov­ers 7 top­ics about the future of buy­ing com­mer­cial goods and con­sumer expe­ri­ence. E‑commerce will become the only com­merce; with the use of Big Data and Psy­chol­o­gy they’re fig­ur­ing out nov­el ways to track your in-store behav­ior, antic­i­pate your needs, and help you find exact­ly what you need if it’s avail­able. So let’s see what 7 inno­va­tions are in “store” for us lit­er­al­ly: 1. Track­ing Eye Move­ment 2. De-stress­ing Shop­pers 3. Quick­er Store Exits 4. Mon­i­tor­ing Moods 5. Instan­ta­neous Prod­uct Print­ing 6. Intu­itive per­son­al­iza­tion through feed­back shop­ping 7. Shar­ing Econ­o­my Some of these may feel very intru­sive in a “Big Broth­er” kind of way but at this very moment you still live in a con­sumer dri­ven soci­ety and mak­ing buy­ing eas­i­er keeps you hap­py and makes the retail­er rich­er. It is a twist­ed win-win sce­nario. Besides shop­ping for the hol­i­days just seems like a chore so per­haps all of these will gen­uine­ly help. Track­ing Eye Move­ment —…

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Roadie App is making a stop at WaffleHouse, since they’re partners now!

Roadie App is making a stop at WaffleHouse, since they're partners now!

“There’s some­body leav­ing every­where going every­where all the time,” says avid entre­pre­neur Marc Gor­lin. “There’s this mas­sive heat map that’s hid­den under our feet that Road­ie is going to reveal.” Road­ie is a com­pa­ny that just closed on $10 mil­lion in Series A financ­ing, which includ­ed funds from UPS’s Strate­gic Enter­prise Fund, the ship­ping company’s invest­ment arm. The com­pa­ny is look­ing to cause an upheaval of the $90 bil­lion U.S. ship­ping indus­try via the Road­ie App. The plan is to uti­lize dri­vers going in a par­tic­u­lar direc­tion to pick up pack­ages and deliv­er them along their pre-exist­ing path or route for a small fee. To make this even cool­er, Road­ie has part­nered with Waf­fle House restau­rants. They plan on start­ing this in 1,750 loca­tions across 25 states and will be the first of sev­er­al offi­cial “Road­ie Road­hous­es,” or meet-up spots, where dri­vers and senders can con­nect to unload a ship­ment. Marc Gor­lin who had co-found­ed Kab­bage, a tech­nol­o­gy com­pa­ny says it’s more than a deliv­ery ser­vice, but a com­mu­ni­ty of helpers. The idea was pitched to Waf­fle House CEO Walt Ehmer at a night­time, glow-in-the-dark golf tour­na­ment, which he respond­ed rather well to. Pat Warn­er, Waf­fle House’s VP of Cul­ture, says the deal with Road­ie made…

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