Today’s Amazon is yesterday’s AutoZone. They don’t feel an obligation to do things the way they’ve always been done. And they are constantly innovating to hone in on those things that customers value the most.
While investors and many industry executives are preoccupied with the Amazon DIY threat, they should not downplay Amazon's interest in the commercial repair shops, which represents $95 billion in market share.
When it comes developing the use of autonomous vehicles, Paul Brubaker, president and CEO of the Alliance for Transportation Innovation, thinks the Trump administration can't do worse than the Obama administration.
The capability of Alexa taking care of your nether regions is nothing compared to what she’s about to do for your car. Ford and Volkswagen announced that they are integrating this new Amazon technology into their cars.
Too many companies are shortchanging their profit potential by incorrectly pricing their products and services. By setting prices relative to what consumers value, not off cost, companies are better positioned to generate windfall profits for the long run.
With Amazon selling auto parts online, it's clear that digital cataloging is more critical than ever. Amazon’s key aftermarket vendors understand the interconnectedness of the entire online shopping experience that revolves around a content-rich catalog.