JD.com – The Digital Takeover

With 938 million MAU, as of early 2017, the largest instant messaging platform (WeChat) in the country; has a wide range of contacts in both the city and the countryside of China, which serves as a place for the country’s customers to get to the retail platform for JD.JD.com’s long-term strategy is to increase the size and movement of the user through its main B2C company, and to take advantage of its large number of users to add-on service such as financial and logistical problems.The social technology of JD.com’s cloud technology has recently been tested when it has operated the entire operation of the 2017 Festival, for which the value of the transaction has reached and the equivalent of 120 billion.

The online retailer of JD was founded in 2004 by Liu Qiangdong, focusing on the 3C computers, communications and consumer products – but has since then become the largest e-commerce platform in China with revenue, with a wide range of products and the best in-class, home-based fulfillment capabilities. JD.com has one of China’s largest logistics infrastructure for e-commerce players, which gives it a tight grip on its own fulfillment process.JD.com has been involved in the main partnership with the industrial leader, such as the Chinese technical giant Tencent and the U.S.-based Walmart. JD.com has long since its origin as a product retailer in 3C products to become one of the leading e-commerce leaders in China. Just like the Amazon model, JD.com has a direct selling platform with inventory and direct selling to consumers.

While JD.com is already selling goods in the United States through Walmart, a strategy-oriented investment in JD.com, the new initiative will allow China’s direct access to the consumers of the United States.Liu said that JD.com could not receive any material from some book editors because of the contracts between the danger and the editors. Su Huiyan, a business search consultant, revealed that JD.com was looking for more clients to be attracted by the price of the war. JD.com started the online e-book sales business on 20 February 2012 and delivered more than 80,000 electronic books to customers. JD.com also offered the buyer’s discounts, the situation was a new series of price wars.