In retail today, technology is playing a vital role to offer the best experience for customers. It has enabled retailers to personalize the relationship between the customer and the retailer. In our latest MCM CommerceChat podcast, Logan Crane, Vice President of Operations for Boll & Branch talks about how the brand has used technology to get a more centric view of the customer journey.
Where do you go to learn what solutions and strategies others in ecommerce and omnichannel have successfully implemented? Ecommerce Operations Summit 2019, April 9-11 in Columbus, OH, is totally geared to all things DTC. It’s the perfect venue to validate your approach, save on costs and improve the customer experience.
Customer feedback is vital in any business or industry. Retailers in particular are utilizing it to not only put specific products under the microscope, but to also analyze how they’re providing the best experience across all their channels. Listen to the lastest MCM CommerceChat podcast with Martha Brooke of Interaction Metrics as she discusses the value of customer feedback.
In another whack at porch piracy, UPS is expanding an in-home delivery service through smart lock partner Latch to 10 additional cities, after successful tests in New York and San Francisco. It will be available later this year in Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Boston, Miami and Seattle.
Free shipping for ecommerce orders is an increasingly high priority for U.S. consumers, who are also embracing buy online pickup in store, according to a new Consumer View report from the National Retail Federation. The report found that 75% of consumers expect free delivery even on orders under $50, up from 68% last year.
The ecommerce delivery battleground is increasingly focused on who can best meet growing consumer expectations for experiences that are simple, fast, reliable and convenient. So how can you best satisfy their delivery wants? Here are 6 key insights from recent research to help you drive a positive delivery experience.
During the past 12 months, several retailers have launched new scan & go pilots. Some are even calling this tired technology autonomous checkout, comparing it to systems from Amazon Go. But scan & go and autonomous checkout really have little in common. Here’s how the two tech-powered checkout processes differ.