Refers to the variety of products that a retailer stocks and sells. This consists of Product Breadth, which is the variety of product lines in a store as well as Product Depth, which refers to the number of variations within a particular product line.
Decentralized fulfillment utilizes multiple warehouses to store goods closer to the end buyers. Merchants can reach customers in more locations in less time when products are located in warehouses closer to them. It also mitigates the risk of holding all inventory in one place. Decentralization also provides companies with the means to offer a more relevant local variety of goods to customers.
A Greenfield project refers to new building construction on a new site, and lack constraints imposed by prior work on the site. They typically entail development on a completely vacant site whereby architects can start from scratch. In contrast, a Brownfield project is one that carries contraints imposed by prior work on the site.
A brand of ‘smart glasses’ consisting of an optical head-mounted display designed in the shape of a pair of glasses. It was developed by X (previously Google X) with the mission of producing a ubiquitous computer.