Warehouse retailer Sam’s Club is expanding the use of its Amazon Go-type store solution that allows customers to scan products with a mobile application and walk out with them, skipping the line at the check-out entirely.
- Carrier networks
- Fulfillment and returns
- Inventory management
- Multichannel retail support
- Social networks
- Software and technology
- Supply Chain
- Web site development
Sears is rolling out a new Web and mobile application that uses artificial intelligence to help customers pick and purchase tires for their car.
Japanese car manufacturer Nissan is offering a unique promotion for consumers in its home country in promotion of its latest SUV model, opening a mobile-optimized store that features five products inspired by the vehicle.
Mobile Minutes: Trump’s effect on tech; No defects in Tesla accident; Google AI; Zuckerberg sues Hawaii familyJanuary 20, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – What does a Trump presidency mean for tech?; U.S. regulator finds no evidence of defects after Tesla death probe; Google’s Sergey Brin ‘surprised’ by speed of AI advancements; Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sues Hawaiian families over Kauai land.
Mobile Marketer today – Best marketers in multichannel space pay attention to lifetime value: Google exec; Mobile has disrupted media, created opportunities, say Time, Gannett execs.
Luxury Daily today – Jaguar Land Rover launches VR experience to accelerate car shopping; Rarity, limited POS essential to niche brands as luxury becomes overused term.
NEW YORK – Customers who search for products on mobile are 57 percent more likely to visit a store and 51 percent more likely to make a purchase, suggesting that understanding mobile shopping and search behavior is more important than ever, according to an ecommerce executive.
NEW YORK — An executive from Dunkin’ Donuts enumerated twelve “innovation insights” for an audience at Mobile FirstLook 2017, many of which were centered around the reduction of consumer friction, labeled as one of the top bulwarks for food-and-beverage consumers.
NEW YORK – With a new mobile application on the horizon, Vitamin Shoppe is in the middle of a slow but steady modernization effort to bring real mobile value to its customers.
Mobile Minutes: Government social media; Women’s March start-up; Samsung heir prosecuted; Brexit affects appsJanuary 19, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Governments suck at social media, but you deserve some blame; Women’s March gives boost to start-up for bus sharing; Prosecutor makes case today for putting Samsung heir in jail; Brexit hangover results in higher prices for Apple apps.