Domino’s is continuing its innovative mobile-ordering streak by integrating Amazon Echo prior to the Super Bowl, an attempt to drum up sales during one of food takeout’s biggest days of the year.
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Whole Foods has introduced digital coupons that are exclusive to its iPhone and Android phone applications, enabling shoppers to show a bar code at checkout to automatically apply eligible discounts.
StubHub is introducing event-goers to a slew of new ecommerce features within its mobile Web and application platforms, including a ticket recommendation tool and the ability to instantly relist purchased tickets if fans can no longer attend.
Taco Bell is pairing the lure of mystery with the Super Bowl’s substantial reach in a campaign that prompts users to pre-order a not-yet-unveiled new product through a mobile-optimized platform.
PetSmart is creating a consistent stream of sales for puppy products through a mobile-optimized hub, which provides information and collections following the surge of holiday pet adoptions.
Macy’s is continuing its support of the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement with a mobilized shopping site for raising funds, sales and awareness that will also support a live stream of the Red Dress Collection unveiling.
Amazon Prime subscribers in Chicago will now be able to order from mom-and-pop shop restaurants through the mobile application, in the latest step by the ecommerce giant to corner the delivery market.
NEW YORK – An executive from GrubHub at Mobile Marketer’s Mobile FirstLook: Strategy 2016 explained that the growing adoption of mobile delivery is being driven by big name quick-service restaurants, paving the way for growth at GrubHub.
NEW YORK – A Macy’s executive at the NRF 105th Annual Convention & Expo detailed how mobile disruption continues to shape commerce, with the retailer not only seeing a surge in traffic on these devices during the holidays but also a jump in sales, suggesting that customers are becoming more comfortable with purchasing on smaller screens.
NEW YORK – A Belk executive at the NRF 105th Annual Convention & Expo said the retailer is conducting tests in the mobile messaging space by sending relevant content and coupons to shoppers’ smartphones, showcasing the potency of beacons for department stores.