Like many retailers today, physical stores are a focus to move forward in this evolving retail climate while still maintaining an active online presence. Here is what Kohl’s is doing to connect the online and in-store experience.
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It’s an understatement that retailers are under pressure. Budgets are tight and missteps are costly, as witnessed by the slew of traditional retailers shuttering their doors. Here is how to connect augmented intelligence with online competitive intelligence.
Mobile searches are important to customers even after they enter the thresholds of stores. A new study revealed that 77% of retail searches that mention “coupon” are initiated on a smartphone or tablet. Comparison searches that have the potential to close a sale, such as those focused on “return policy,” “price match” or “reviews” were initiated on a mobile device at least 77% of the time. See why it is important to understand the device that the searches are coming when it comes to completing the sale.
A new study from Bizrate Insights, a division of Connexity, shows that 31% of online buyers have used in-store pick-up in the past year with 13% saying they have considered abandoning a purchase because in-store pick-up wasn’t offered.
As another year wraps up, it’s time once again to turn our gaze towards the New Year… just kidding, over here at Apttus, our Q4 runs through January and there are still thousands of opportunities to pursue before we close the books on 2015.
eBay Enterprise, an omnichannel commerce provider, announced Designer Shoe Warehouse , a footwear and accessory retailer, successfully implemented eBay Enterprise In-Store Pickup and Ship-to Store in 467 stores.
Technology has come a long way especially in retail. It has not only evolved, but it has assisted in-store sales. This infographic by StoreTraffic, highlights how technology can be useful online and in physical retail stores.
The Limited is has launched Reserve Online, Ready In-Store to allow customers to shop TheLimited.com and place preferred items on hold for purchase and pick-up at their local store.
Something’s amiss, but you can’t quite put your finger on it. Your in-store numbers aren’t hitting the mark and worse, they’ve become very unpredictable. It’s almost as if something else is determining what shoppers are buying. See why research is important for your business.
While many may think that ecommerce is ruling retail, 94% of retail shopping was done in-store in 2014. This infographic shows three in-store shopping myths debunked.