A study commissioned by PayPal shows consumers are shopping on smartphones more than ever but remain concerned about mobile commerce security. The global study across age groups found 80% of consumers have shopped via smartphone, but only 63% of ecommerce businesses are optimized to accept mobile payments.
As you scramble to finalize your plans and offers for the 2019 holiday season, there’s no better time to take a closer look at your mobile app and mobile commerce strategy. Here are ways to help you boost app performance, deliver the CX shoppers expect and increase app downloads prior to Cyber Weekend.
The holiday shopping season is practically upon us, which means savvy consumers are getting ready for the best sales of the year. Unfortunately, they’re not the only ones preparing to take advantage of the season. Learn about the serious threats posed by bad actors like Magecart groups, and what steps you can take now to be protected.
We all know that in-app spending is on the rise and most would think that is related to gaming, an app-driven vertical, or some kind of CPA campaign. But you might be surprised.
With over 50% of shopping sessions now coming through mobile, the need to optimize mobile checkout experiences is becoming mission critical. Here are several mobile checkout experiences and best practices behind them.
Mountain Hardwear, whose parent company is Columbia Sportswear, has launched an augmented reality shopping app featuring its completely redesigned equipment line. Here is how the app is changing the way shoppers get the most of the great outdoors.
Where do your customers spend their precious free time – and, more importantly, their money? The answer is increasingly on digital channels, especially websites and apps on mobile devices. Here is how to use this channel effectively for your retail business.
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.