PHILADELPHIA – AutoTrader.com learned from the revamp of its Web sites and mobile apps that both performance and appearance need to meet customer expectations to drive business results.
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VeriFone Systems Inc. is expanding its Way2ride taxi-fare application to Philadelphia on the back of an impressive New York tryout, which saw the app used to complete more than 500,000 mobile transactions since October.
BMW of North America is letting fans reserve one of 29 thirtieth anniversary BMW M5s to be sold in the United States exclusively through information revealed on Instagram.
BMW North America is guiding listeners of the Pandora mobile application to learn more about the i series with a takeover advertisement.
Hertz has improved its car rental loyalty program and added mobile email alerts to provide up-to-the-minute information for its members.
Priceline inked a deal with General Motors’ Chevrolet that opens up a new area of mobile commerce for the online travel agency within a car.
PangoUSA is expanding to Alexandria, VA, to grow its user base for its mobile application that lets drivers pay for parking via mobile.
While only 23 percent of car shoppers currently use more than one device for shopping, the number is expected to increase to more than 50 percent by 2018, according to a report from AutoTrader.com.
Allstate Private Car & Limousine Inc. has created a faster way for customers to request rides with its new mobile application.
Italian motorcycle manufacturer Ducati has rolled out an iPad application that helps dealers and employees custom order and ship products for consumers.