Top 10 eCommerce Companies in the World 2016

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4. WalMart

Walmart is an American multinational retail enterprise that works a chain of hypermarkets, markdown retail establishments and supermarkets.


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Headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas, the organization was established by Sam Walton in 1962 and consolidated on October 31, 1969. As on 2016, Walmart has 11,527 stores and clubs in 28 nations, under a sum of 63 banners, and with its growing operations, it is also one of the biggest ecommerce players across the world.

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Amid 2015, Walmart put billions to stay important in the e-business diversion, as indicated by Fortune. Walmart opened first ecommerce fulfillment centre in 2015 at Atlanta GA. Wal-Mart made waves a week ago when it reported it was shutting 154 U.S. stores and another 115 over the globe.

It's an "uncommon retreat" for the retail organization on its home turf, as a Wall Street Journal feature read. What's more, it's a further flag that ecommerce shopping is turning out to be all the more a focal point for Wal-Mart.

Wal-Mart has been dedicating more assets to e-commerce. Alongside Amazon and other eminent tech heavyweights, it's one of the top organizations posting employments for programming engineers for applications.

Walmart redesigned its portable application and put resources into the satisfaction of online basic supply orders, permitting clients to place orders online and afterward get their staple goods at a close-by store — an administration now accessible in 150 Walmart stores in 20 markets as of February 2016.

Walmart reported in October that it had connected to the FAA for authorization to test ramble conveyance with automatons from China, another move unmistakably intended to set the organization against Amazon, which is building up its own particular automatons for delivery purposes. In December, Walmart declared its own Walmart Pay versatile installment framework and its own publicly released cloud administration, OpenOps, an other option to Amazon Web Services. Walmart additionally acquainted an adversary with Amazon Prime called Shipping Pass, accessible to choose invitees last June. The administration offers boundless 3-day conveyance and costs just $50 a year.

Revenue: $13500m