As online ordering and delivery becomes more popular, technological innovations will inevitably come about to make the process easier, faster and more appealing. After ecommerce became more widespread, companies were immediately looking at how to improve it, such as enabling mobile shopping, speeding up delivery times, and offering more payment options. Now it is easier than ever to order products online, and it will only continue to become more integrated into our everyday lives, especially with products like the
The phenomena of e-commerce is an incredible boon for consumers: customers can now quickly and easily find, research, purchase and use products in record time, with some areas of the U.S. already getting used to same-day and same-hour delivery. With online retailers and food delivery services propagating across the country, it seems we are coming closer to becoming a literal instant gratification economy. But these technological advancements have a price, and that price can be counted in infrastructure.read more
Drones have been the topic of a lot of buzz the past few months, and rightfully so: the mechanical devices have the ability to improve efficiency in a seemingly endless number of ways for all types of industries. However, the coverage has mostly focused on the Federal Aviation Administration and its slow approval process, as publicly blasted by Amazon late last month. Afterwards, the FAA loosened its grip on the process, allowing drone testing by anyone...read more
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