How they do it: In 2017, the home improvement retailer generated about $6 billion via its E-Commerce store. It developed its successful online platform in-house.
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How they do it: CDnow, Inc. operated an online shopping website that sold compact discs and music-related products. For instance, customers could order music CD’s via their E-Commerce store, which were then delivered via mail.
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How they do it: Nespresso started selling its capsules exclusively online before opening their first brand store. Today, Nespresso customers can choose from a broad range of coffee flavours. In addition, club members have the oppotunity to get special benefits and discounts online.
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How they do it: Amazon’s online store lets customers order all products directly to their home. By eliminating physical stores, Amazon can optimize their supply chain for home shipping and save both expensive retail space as well as in-person sales personnel.
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How they do it: Dell offers its personal computers and accesoires directly on their website, ready to be configured individually and shipped to the customer’s location.
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