Motel 6 is launching itself into the mobile era with a new mobile application that aims to make the process of booking a room seamless and quick with the help of mobile technology.
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Grubhub is making mobile ordering even easier for consumers with a tight schedule thanks to the introduction of preordering, express reordering and a new map-based search function.
Rare is it to hear a company admit its app has “become complicated and harder to navigate.” But, then again, Uber is not your average company.
Real estate technology platform provider the Zillow Group has debuted a pair of new features, one of which integrates Facebook’s targeting platform to help agents optimize their campaign efforts.
Staples is attempting make mobile commerce easily accessible from any device thanks its integration of IBM’s Watson technology to introduce fast, easy ordering of office supplies from a variety of devices.
Retail behemoth Walmart has invested $50 million into local Chinese logistics and grocery delivery platform New Dada in a move that will proliferate the company’s reach overseas and help corner mobile delivery.
OpenTable, the restaurant reservation application, is working on a pilot program in Boston that rewards frequent diners with special reservations at hard-to-book restaurants, encouraging users to leverage the app for more than just casual dining.
Fast casual burger chain Shake Shack is hoping to compete with fast food chains by testing a new mobile ordering application for iOS customers at its Midtown East location, as its loyal fans support its growth.
Western Union has its sights set on the growing mobile payments sector, announcing the expansion of its money transfer application to customers in Canada.
Drizly, the on-demand alcohol purchasing application, is setting itself apart from competitors through its new marketplace feature, which puts all of its products in one unified page on the mobile application and creates a more seamless way for customers to buy drinks.