eCommerce Insights Posts

Is Bigger still better? A study of the largest (and loneliest) mall in China  

banner-05 South China mall in Dongguan, sprawling over 7.1 million square feet of space, holds the record for being the largest mall in the world. The optimistic builders dreamed of giving customers the ultimate shopping experience, with over 1500 stores to browse from, numerous eateries and attractions inspired from different corners of the world, such as the Venetian canal or the 85ft Arc de Triomphe replica. The mall wanted to attract customers based on the sheer variety of brands they would offer. However, to the dismay of the developers, the strategy did not go as planned. The mall was about 98% empty for the first few years, which means it just had a few dozen stores occupied in a giant sea of emptiness.

MartJack Enterprise enables Wal-Mart to click on India eCommerce


MartJack Enterprise powers Wal-Mart India eCommerce

We are extremely thrilled to announce that MartJack Enterprise is enabling the Walmart India’s eCommerce Store, which was recently launched. The eCommerce store offers an interactive online shopping site, where registered members of Wal-Mart India’s cash & carry business can place orders at their convenience. Wal-mart’s foray into eCommerce heralds a new wave in Indian eCommerce industry. MartJack Enterprise has been in the forefront of Multichannel Commerce technology and innovation from the past 7 years. MartJack Enterprise has helped over 250+ global enterprise retailers and brands to leverage the best out of Web, Social, Mobile and In-Store channels through its path breaking Multichannel Commerce platform.

World’s biggest mall to be built within a futuristic city in Dubai


A world within a glass dome

In a place where summer temperatures go up to 104˙ F, a temperature controlled city within a glass dome would do nicely. The monarch of Dubai and vice-president cum prime minister of UAE, his highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Maktoum announced the plans of “The Mall of the World” recently. This 50 million square feet mega development project would be home to an 8 million square feet shopping complex, 100 hotels, the world’s largest indoor theme park, cultural theatres and a wellness centre. The ambition of this project is to transform Dubai into a global cultural, touristic and economic centre to benefit the 2 billion people living in the surrounding regions. The completion dates for this futuristic and seemingly outlandish capitalistic fantasy has not been announced yet.