In our freshly published “eCommerce Trends 2020” report, we present 12 trends identified as those which can reshape online sales in the future. Some have already started or are struggling to reach their full potential, but the rest are still waiting for their moment to come… Or are they? If you know of live projects which highlight the trends we pinpointed, don’t let them fade into obscurity. Share them with us!
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We are looking for the best implementations of:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Augmented Reality
- Virtual Reality
- Big Data
- Mobile payments
- Mobile apps
- Social commerce
- Social commerce
- Internet of Things
- Security solutions
- Content marketing
We investigated 40 eCommerce trends, rated them according to the opinions of over 250 domain experts, and dug deeper into the most crucial among them based on a study by Kantar. According to our analysis, these 12 areas are the most prominent investment goals for eCommerce businesses. Online sellers them as the best possible way to improve the conversion rate, both in the short and long term, and are eager to explore them.
Usually, when we think of AR, we imagine it as a technology of the future, but that’s not the case, it’s already here. Companies like Ray-Ban and Nike are using it to reduce the main commerce issue of return rate. And it’s not only eCommerce; Wikipedia, for example, already provides 3D models in their articles to improve user experience.Stanley Swiatkiewicz, Lead Product Designer at DVNT
Now that we know what we are looking for, we want to find the best implementations of trends in real businesses. We have therefore decided to create a networking space dedicated to companies which already squeeze the maximum potential from the top trends from our report.
This platform is DVNT. It’s an innovation lab where we enable companies specializing in areas like AI, VR, and Big Data to connect with eCommerce businesses eager to explore how the new technologies might fit into their business strategy.
Fast-changing technologies can be intimidating for non-technical people. We will only reshape the future of eCommerce, if we are able to make these areas more accessible to individuals. That will happen when we create a place where people from different sectors, and especially those who are not afraid to stray from the beaten track, can exchange knowledge and experience.Artur Wala, Digital Transformation Consultant at Divante
We are looking for experienced partners who can advise clients on the implementation of trends, and are willing to showcase their live projects and share the details on how their solutions solve business problems. Are you on board? Fill in the form below:
Published February 6, 2020