If getting shoppers into a fitting room can significantly increase sales, why aren’t more retailers trying to enhance the fitting room experience to create a connected consumer journey?READ MORE
Hurdles, such as the complexities of managing pricing, maintaining inventory visibility and accessing customer data between online and in-store channels, have prevented retailers from delivering an experience that truly delights the customer.
The mobile phone is the true omni-channel device. It’s the one thing that consumers carry with them no matter where they are so if there is one experience that you want to get right, it’s mobile.
After another record-breaking year of mobile commerce, it has become clear that brands choosing to invest heavily in DTC are reaping the biggest rewards, both in revenues and customer engagement.
What is going on in the e-commerce and m-commerce worlds with respect to speed, and how can retailers tweak their strategies to improve sales?
While current advancements in retail technology have enhanced virtually all other aspects of the purchase journey, innovating the fitting room experience has remained the elusive missing puzzle piece.Until now.The store of the future is here.
PredictSpring are optimistic about what lies ahead for our industry, which is why we have summarized the five technologies that retailers should really be focusing on this year.
The way we pay for things is changing. With the advent of innovative technology in the mPOS sector, digital payment systems are becoming increasingly advanced.
"The most successful companies today understand that mobile is not just another channel, it's their customers' window to the brand," said Mike Micucci, CEO, Salesforce Commerce Cloud.
Salesforce Commerce Cloud, the e-commerce platform ranked #1 in digital commerce, recently announced its partnership with PredictSpring at NRF 2019: Retail’s Big Show in New York City.
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PredictSpring, a mobile commerce leader, has launched a complete in-store technology solution for retailers and brands. The all-in-one app includes powerful, mobile-based features.
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PacSun has partnered with PredictSpring to unveil a feature rich mobile app including shoppable instagram and loyalty integration.
With the growth in mobile, the trend of Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) is fast becoming a reality. Innovative brands are already leveraging mobile commerce as a key channel for DTC sales.
If getting shoppers into a fitting room can significantly increase sales, why aren’t more retailers trying to enhance the fitting room experience to create a connected consumer journey?
Consumers still crave a personal experience while shopping; they want connection, excitement and spontaneity when committing to their next carry-on suitcase, or smart phone.