Customers Are Ready For Mobile Commerce, But Are Retailers Ready?

Mobile device interfaces can enhance customer engagement by providing services such as pricing information and user review facilities. The upward trend in the sale of smartphones further validates the importance of creating retail mobile solutions. By leveraging the potential of mobile commerce, retailers can unify the customer experience across channels and better understand customer behavior through analytics. In this context, retailers have started to develop sophisticated mobile platforms that capture shopping preferences and customer location, create shopping wish lists, provide rich product information, integrate social media, and so on. Download this white paper to learn more.

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When Customers Call, and They Will, Will Your IVR Be Ready?

Reports have indicated that more and more customers are using online and other self-service tools to resolve issues. That said, analysts are not predicting that call volumes will be dropping significantly. This means that interactive voice response (IVR) technology can still be crucial to a company’s customer experience.

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Combating Showrooming: How Retailers Can Use Mobile to Enhance the Shopper Experience

For retailers, current technology advancement means increased in-store and online competition, readily available product information and reviews, and increased purchase decisions. Consumers have much more information at their fingertips while in a brick-and-mortar store. The rise of the mobile shopper has brought showrooming into a new age.

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