eStar chief strategy officer Matt Neale discusses the difference between ERP and OMS.

Senior lecturer Marian Makkar shares how Gen Z are fuelling a luxury "superfake" trend.

eStar client services manager Liam Collins shares his insights on Peak Planning.

From "administrative burdens" to eco-modulation, Seamless project director Danielle Kent answered all.

Shopline country manager Jonathan Levy explores the intersection of unified commerce and circular sustainability.

"The role I signed up for was no longer going to be the role that was there."

The days of slogans without substance are over, B Lab ANZ CEO Andrew Davies writes.

Dolce & Gabbana, Brunello Cucinelli, Missoni, Ralph Lauren and Cartier have all launched in Sydney over the last year.

"eCommerce now regularly accounts for 25% or more of total sales at brick-and-click retailers," Viare sales director Patrick Gaskin writes.

Melbourne is the only capital city to see negative growth, including the iconic Bourke Street Mall.

Meta’s new venture Threads amassed 100 million sign-ups in less than five days - has it maintained momentum?

Will virtual reality make fashion brands more exclusive or more accessible? RMIT researchers share their thoughts.

If you recognise any of these signs then early action is crucial, according to an administrator familiar with the fashion industry.

The way consumers shop for fashion online is about to change, write RMIT experts in this exclusive.

Solomon Lew says there are six categories of non-discretionary spending that come before clothing even gets a look in.

"Accurate inventory is crucial to any sophisticated eCommerce business," eStar sales director Patrick Gaskin writes.