SAN ANTONIO, TX – A 1800Flowers executive at eTail West 2014 indicated that initial tests around mobile fingerprinting were successful to the extent that the brand may have underinvested in the technology.
Online retailers including 1800Flowers and ProFlowers are leveraging Valentine’s Day to turn one-time flower shoppers into loyal shoppers.
PHILADELPHIA – A 1800Flowers executive at eTail East said that the company is using mobile fingerprinting among other methods to get as many perspectives on consumer data as possible.
Floral service H.Bloom has launched a new mobile gifting application that lets consumers send gifts to friends, family and corporate audiences via their smartphones.
1800Flowers is taking a step out of the buying process by incorporating Google Wallet into the company’s mobile site to give users another way to shop.
BOSTON – A 1800Flowers executive at the eTail Boston Mobile Shopping Summit said that mobile is changing the way that multichannel retailers operate.
NEW YORK – Due to the rise in smartphone ownership, consumers want more out of mobile experiences, according to a senior executive from 1800Flowers.
FTD has launched the mobile version of its FTD.com Web site, adding another convenient way for consumers to send flowers to their friends and family.
Florist 1-800-Flowers.com Inc. has extended its mobile commerce initiative to the Android platform.
1-800-Flowers.com Inc., an online florist, has launched a Mobile Gift Center right in time for Valentine’s Day as part of a continuing push into mobile commerce.