Shifu, a context-aware personal assistant application, mines the smartphone usage patterns of users and makes personalised and highly relevant recommendations to them.
CNBC-TV18‘s Poornima Murali and Priya Sheth report on the year that went by for the ecommerce sector.
eCommerce sector in India has seen unprecedented growth with increasing Internet penetration and more people shopping online.
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The State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) plans to step up random quality checks for goods bought online, according to a statement on the regulator's website. The SAIC will take into account consumer reports, and press for cooperation from e-commerce platforms.
Sabyasachi says he's at war with his CFO for not logging onto the e-tail frenzy.
Malls have been learning from the changing spending habits of the consumer. By offering mall level discounts, there is a serious effort to push the business.
With over 70 percent of the orders coming through mobiles, Amit Agarwal, VP and country manager, Amazon India says this has been the greatest sale in the history of the company.
Motorola re-entered the Indian market last year in partnership with Flipkart to sell its portfolio of devices that includes Moto G, Moto E, Moto X and Moto 360 smartwatch.
Emphasizing that the mobile phone as a platform will continue to spur the growth of internet and reshape marketing strategies, top executives from ...
The company, which competes with the likes of Flipkart, Snapdeal and Amazon, also aims to increase its GMV to USD 1.2 billion by the end of March 2016.
Premium food retailer Godrej Nature's Basket is betting big on the e-commerce space. It plans to make a splash in the online gourmet food retail segment by offering delivery services to customers across the country, reports CNBC-TV18's Priya Sheth.
"In 4-6 weeks, we will start manufacturing. The plant is in Maharashtra. We are investing about USD 3-4 million in the next 2 years," Swipe India founder and CEO Shripal Gandhi told agency.
eCommerce firm Snapdeal has rolled out a new service 'Snapdeal Instant' to allow delivery of packages to customers as early as within an hour of placing the orde
India's FDI inflow increased by 48 per cent in the last seven months (till April) since the Centre announced its Make-In-India programme in September last year.
Promising an easier set of compliance requirements and other regulations for startups to get listed on a new platform, Sebi Chairman U K Sinha said such companies might lack a profitability track-record, but many of them have huge potential to become highly profitable.
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Domestic handset maker Lava on Friday said it is in discussions with various state governments to set up a new assembly unit that will entail an investment of about Rs 250 crore.
E-commerce major Flipkart on Friday said its chief technology officer Amod Malviya will move to an advisory role at the company, and its engineering head Sameer Nigam has quit.
The sector is already home to numerous young and ambitious start-ups looking to capitalise on the online opportunity.
After books, electronics and apparel, pharmaceuticals have joined the e-commerce brigade. India's first pan India e-pharmacy went online earlier this month. Storyboard caught up with the Founder & CEO of Netmeds.com, Pradeep Dadha on how he plans to tackle the logistical and marketing challenges of this relatively new segment.
The doyen of Indian industry, Ratan Tata, says he is proud of the way the Indian ecommerce growth story has evolved and reiterated his bullishness on the sector.
In an attempt to integrate its business in India, Adidas launched its first omni-channel store in New Delhi today. After a successful response to the pilot project, the company will launch the omni-channel strategy in over 200 stores across cities by April 2016.
While refusing to comment on the valuations ecommerce companies have commanded, Infosys co-founder NR Narayana Murthy said the opportunities they faced were huge.
Alibaba Pictures, previously known as ChinaVision Media Group, is flush with cash after raising nearly 5 billion yuan (USD 807 million) in 2014 from a massive share offering that put Alibaba in control of the company.