The world’s largest retailer is introducing a new ecommerce offering that will allow shoppers to buy online and buy with cash.
The Nordstrom Ecommerce service, known as ecommerce, is expected to hit the retail market in the U.S. this fall, according to a release from Nordstrom.
The ecommerce service will offer shoppers a full range of products, from online apparel to furniture, shoes and accessories, as well as a range of discounts on apparel and accessories.
The retailer’s new eCommerce platform, which is set to be launched by the end of September, is similar to its existing ecommerce offerings in other countries, according an industry source familiar with the plan.
The launch of the ecommerce program is expected at the end the first quarter of this year, the source said.
The new offering will allow users to shop for products by color, brand name, model and more.
The store is also looking to add additional features to the eCommerce app.
One of the new features is a “buy now” section that lets shoppers save their purchase at any time, and is expected in the coming months.
The store also plans to add features to help shoppers find products by brand and size, according the source.
The plan is a continuation of Nordstrom’s ecommerce efforts, which have seen sales of about $10 billion per year since 2014.
Last year, it was able to take in about $7 billion.
The company is also developing ecommerce services that are similar to those offered by Amazon and eBay.
One example is the e-commerce site for Amazon’s Prime memberships, which has about a million members, and allows shoppers to shop online and pay online.
A Nordstrom spokesperson said the company is working to expand its ecommerce business in the future.
“Nordstrom is committed to being a leader in providing customers with a full assortment of products from top brands, from local retailers to online retailers, and to helping them manage their shopping and spending more efficiently through a seamless experience,” the company said in a statement.
“We are constantly evaluating our online business to ensure it is best for customers and the industry as a whole.”For more: