Retail Customer Experience will host a free webinar that delves into the impact mobile technology is having on this holiday season, including analysis of this year's Black Friday shopping event.
Shoppers can now add Coupons.com's Card Linked Offers via their Samsung Wallet for automatic redemption at checkout.
Research group ARC 360 has published its report "The State of the U.S. Retail Apps Economy," which aims to identify the best- and worst-performing retail apps by consumer review.
In this webinar, we'll discuss five common problems that shoppers encounter in the mobile shopping process, and how retailers can remove the friction that is sending more than half of their customers away.
Mobile-commerce merchants can leverage features for the holiday shopping season.
According to the company, Swirl’s platform enables retailers and brands to reach consumers with highly relevant content and offers delivered to their smartphones while they shop in participating retail locations nationwide.
New research from Contact Solutions shows that consumers have high expectations for retail care when shopping via mobile device, and if those expectations aren’t met, they’ll abandon the experience entirely.
Since 2012, the incidence of shoppers using mobile devices to make purchases has increased from 25 percent to 35 percent.
According to the company, Scandit’s Mobile App Suite for Retail provides a series of fully customizable, cross-platform mobile applications for retail employees and customers including: Clienteling, Mobile Point of Sale (mPOS), Mobile Shopping (mShopping), Self-Checkout, Shopping Lists and Procurement.
Users can now send funds via text or email as company redesigns service with better transaction notifications.
Company updated mobile app to give consumers the ability to track sales from their favorite brands and merchants.
Mobile commerce platform Branding Brand has released the results of its Mobile Commerce Index for July 2014. The worldwide data sample reports smartphone-generated traffic, orders, and revenue by consumers to retailer smartphone-optimized websites from July 2014 vs. July 2013.
A new staff report issued by the Federal Trade Commission finds that many mobile apps for use in shopping do not provide consumers with important information, such as how the apps manage payment-related disputes or handle consumer data, prior to download.
Earlier this week, Target unveiled its new iOS app "In a Snap," which lets users scan images of products in an advertisement and either purchase them or save them for later.
Amazon Wallet appeared on the Amazon Appstore and Google Play store late last week, but a number of Android fan blogs are just noticing it exists. Amazon's new app, which is a beta version, does not support mobile payments, but...