Almost half of consumers surveyed in a new report from InMobi said that mobile impacted an in-store purchase, showing the key role that the medium plays in influencing consumers to shop.
With 33 percent of retailers having no plans to adopt mobile point-of-sale systems soon, the results of an IHL Group report suggest that plans to deploy smartphones and tablets in-store have slowed compared to a year ago.
The majority of affluent consumers prefer to purchase products and services online rather than going into a store or through another method, according to a new report from the Shullman Research Center.
Chase has topped the list of financial institutions that provide the most comprehensive mobile banking offerings for the third consecutive time, according to a new report from Keynote.
Mobile commerce is growing, with 68 percent of smartphone and tablet owners having attempted to make purchases on their devices. However, problems during the payment process have forced 66 percent to abandon their transactions, according to a new report from Jumio.
With smartphone owners using their device both before and during physical retail shopping trips, mobile can be used to get customers to the store and help keep them there, according to a new report from Google.
Mobile commerce applications are used by more British smartphone owners and for longer periods of time compared to their counterparts in the United States, France and Germany, according to a new report from Arbitron.
Moms are increasingly using their mobile devices to do everything such as price comparing, shopping and researching products, according to a new report from Alliance Data Retail Services.
Adding financial management tools and financial incentives to mobile wallets could help drive mobile payment adoption, according to a new survey from Accenture.
Travelocity leads the pack in consumer satisfaction with both its tablet application and site, according to a new study from Mobiquity.