Consumers believe current retail apps are failing to deliver the high quality and interactive mobile shopping experience they demand, according to new research. Despite a third of UK consumers admitting to downloading more retail apps in the last 12 months than
Over 70% of UK smartphone users think that retail apps need to be improved, according to new research.
Scandit, developer of a leading software-based barcode scanning solution for smartphones, tablets and wearable devices, has released an integrated suite of mobile apps to enhance the consumer shopping experience and retail operations. Scandit’s Mobile App Suite for Retail provides a series
More than a third of the top UK clicks and mortar retailers do not have a smartphone app, Eagle Eye reports
Over a third (36%) of the top UK clicks and mortar retailers still do not have a smartphone app, and risk missing out on the opportunities presented by m-commerce, new research by digital consumer engagement expert Eagle Eye Solutions has revealed. The study
IT-enabled business services provider, Steria, has conducted a vox pop of consumers to find out their views on next-generation retail. Retail Times readers can watch the video of the consumer responses here, which includes their future expectations of mobile retail