Fanbank, a Santa Monica, CA-based startup, aims to give small business owners a greater opportunity to reach online buyers by creating digital credits that can be redeemed in brick-and-mortar stores through Facebook ad campaigns. The ads show up in shoppers’ newsfeeds, and soon will be publishable on a merchant’s Facebook page.
Mobile is a major part of mainstream technology today in retail. However, striving for differentiation, there are significant transformative benefits for retailers who focus on providing employees who operate at the edge with mobile technologies that are specifically designed to impact the customer experience. This infographic by Stratix highlights why retailers need to have a mobile-first strategy.
Designed for web-first, monolithic commerce platforms are generally hardwired to their desktop and mobile front ends, and are not designed for contextual device or use case specific experiences now expected of them. Enter microservices architecture, solving the pain of legacy architecture and siloed systems. Here’s how it works.
Holiday spending is expected to exceed $1.10 trillion through January 2019. This is an increase of 5% over last year. With online sales predicted to jump 17% to 22% over 2017, it’s time for retailers to plan for ways to gain a slice of the $7 billion Cyber Monday pie. Here is how retailers can use the mobile channel to meet customer expectations this holiday season.
Considered a leader in omnichannel in the retail industry, Best Buy is using mobile technology to strengthen its omnichannel capabilities to provide an exceptional customer experience across all touchpoints. Discover how mobile is making a difference with the way Best Buy is connecting with its customers.