Luminos Labs is proud to be recognized again by Gartner in their 2018 Digital Commerce Vendor Guide as a Digital Commerce Service Provider. This is the second year in a row that Luminos Labs has been featured in Gartner’s Digital
So far, this year has been an incredible year for online retail sales growth. In 2017 alone, online retail grew faster than it has since 2011. Better yet, this e-commerce trend has only continued as we find ourselves just half
Business managers are well aware that customers have unique needs, and often express those needs at vastly different times. It can be difficult to monitor, and with business growth this difficulty only intensifies. It's time to consider new ways to
It's difficult to get an online market launched, perfected, and truly successful. This is especially true if you're a smaller company. Yes, DNVBs exist largely through a great e-commerce platform, but that's most because their existence largely depends on one. What
As more businesses delve into the e-commerce space, they're in need of airtight business security systems more than ever. The way we do business has completely changed over the last two decades. A great number of transactions are handled and
With the value of Bitcoin skyrocketing this last winter, the idea of the blockchain being used to streamline online business transactions is becoming more of a reality. Better yet, it seems as though this idea is being entertained further every day. Blockchain:
Digitally Native Vertical Brands (DNVBs) are known for their lean structure and direct to consumer efficiency. These companies are seamlessly able to process their customer's orders online, package the product, and then ship it right to the buyer's doorstep. This
When Umpqua Bank came to Luminos Labs and Episerver looking to modernize their digital commerce platform, we were happy to help. Founded in 1953 in Canyonville, Oregon, Umpqua Bank has been serving the Pacific Northwest for more than 60 years.
Digitally Native Vertical Brands (DNVB's) are a growing trend in the business world. More companies seem to be emerging "from thin air", typically in the form of a completely digital, self-sufficient, and incredibly far reaching businesses. While many DNVBs have been
Today, customers demand the ability to complete transactions online and this expectation now extends far beyond books, clothing, electronics, and consumer packaged goods. Yet the majority of the companies out there have yet to get on the digital commerce train.