While retailers have long known that loyal consumers are better than new consumers, new research from Cardfree shows that mobile consumers tend to increase their frequency of visits to a retail page by two times, making them even more valuable.
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Digital food ordering is growing at a rapid rate, with an 18 percent growth since last year, according to a new report from The NPD Group.
Much attention has been paid to Amazon’s recent encroachment on the big-box bricks-and-mortar space, and a recent report from Branding Brand implies that much of the credit belongs to its success in driving loyalty through its Prime service.
Although mobile applications are generally seen as the territory of large conglomerates and their constituent brands, a new report from Clutch claims that an ever-increasing section of small business are seeing their implementation as best practice.
Gift cards are a widely underreported aspect of mobile commerce, and perhaps for good reason: the findings from a recent report from National Gift Card Corp. show that digital uptake of gift cards is hard won by retailers.
In a ringing endorsement for mobile payments, a new report found that half of the fastest-growing companies offer in-application purchases and mobile payment opportunities.
The rise of mobile is continuing unabated with smartphone traffic and app installs up 7 and 8 percent respectively in the first month of 2017, according to a new report from Adobe.
A new report from ACI Worldwide illuminates a few of the drawbacks of an increasingly connected world, including a focus on the U.S., where only 54 percent of consumers trust third-party firms with personal and financial data.
Given how quickly the field is developing, consumer ecommerce behavior is still a mystery to many working in mobile, making the online shopping ecosystem one largely bereft of personalization, according to a new report from Episerver.
With the lead up to this year’s eTail West in full swing, here is what is awaiting attendees of the conference, which begins on February 27 and touts 60 percent retail attendance.