Walmart’s vision for growth. According to Ram Rampalli, Senior Director and Chief Content Evangelist at Walmart Global eCommerce, “Walmart continuously adds brands to our API every week, and the sheer volume of this project alone called for organization on all levels.” Walmart’s next step after enhancing its currently existing content, is adding the ability to upload rich media, full item specification and complete item setup. Item setup across multiple channels, whether it is a marketplace item or one store, will complete the undertaking. What The Content Quality Push Means For You Walmart’s content quality push is a win-win. It helps Walmart provide a...

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Silicon Review, an online and print publication for business and technology professionals, has ranked Content Analytics as one of the 50 Smartest Companies of the Year. Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161025/432211 "The Silicon Review's 50 Smartest Companies of the Year 2016 program identifies companies that have mastered the discipline of intelligence and have stood highest amongst the crowd," said Manish Pandey, editor-in-chief of The Silicon Review Magazine. Content Analytics helps brands and manufacturers optimize their digital content on retailer's eCommerce sites by providing a comprehensive suite of tools to simplify content syndication, improve product discoverability and boost sales....

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzIf2iUYyiU[/embed] Supplier Content Live In Seconds on Walmart.com SAN FRANCISCO, CA and BENTONVILLE, AR (June 10, 2016) — Content Analytics, the leading provider of eCommerce Analytics and Digital Asset Management solutions today smashed the land speed record for delivering and updating content on Walmart.com. “It used to take suppliers weeks if not months to update their content using other providers. With our new Walmart integration, suppliers can now get their content live in a matter of seconds,” said Kyle Turk, Director of Business Development at Content Analytics. How Does Content Analytics Update Content So Fast? “A big part of it is our direct integration...

According to eMarketer, consumers are leading nothing short of a buying revolution. U.S. online sales are expected to grow to more than $300B this year alone. And that growth is expected to continue for the foreseeable future. That would appear to be great news for e-commerce retailers and the brands they sell. But all that growth isn’t being spread equally. According to Practical eCommerce, consumers are spending more of those online dollars with big retailers—leaving out the smaller and niche players. “Total U.S. ecommerce sales are likely to grow about 15.5 percent, with large online retailers — it would seem — enjoying...