Whether you are starting out on your Ecommerce journey, or are already walking down that path, you have undoubtedly uncovered many options available today to build, host and deploy your online store. Turnkey providers like Shopify, Square, Amazon, Etsy or Google can get you a basic templated store up and running in a matter
Mergers/Acquisition Due Diligence: Our client was considering an acquisition of a new video-on-demand technology product company. They hired us to understand the target’s brand strength, development team, technical viability, and customer growth prospects. Mergers/Acquisition Due Diligence By conducting extensive primary research on their TAM (total addressable market), we sought to understand the
CASE STUDY CHALLENGE Roomations had a great idea for a platform that provided homeowners and do-it-yourself designers with tips and recommendations from experienced interior designers, made possible by the support of large retailers looking for new ways to reach target consumers. APPROACH Sphere helped Roomations establish proof of concept with a functional prototype
CASE STUDY CHALLENGE Lands’ End was trying to find a more effective way to extract actionable insights from terabytes of customer data. Their massive operational database lacked the functionalities required by their marketing team to produce the analytics needed to reach new customer segments. APPROACH Sphere built process to extract data from the
Growing your business by connecting Ecommerce and Mobile using APIs Problem – A leading North American Cosmetics Company had an Ecommerce site but was missing a mobile app, which was critical for their business. They wanted to provide customers with a modern mobile experience without having to spend a lot amount of
CASE STUDY CHALLENGE A global women’s apparel and accessories company had a dilemma. Every time content needed to be updated on the website, an IT ticket had to be entered and it took a long time to get new content published. It was a slow and inefficient process. The retailer was looking for
Problem A Global Women’s Apparel and Accessories Company had a social media presence of 275,000 followers. They weren’t quite sure how to monetize this but knew they were missing an opportunity to do so. They wanted to create an instant, seamless shopping experience for customers through Instagram but needed help doing so.