Starbucks, Domino’s and Macy’s are paving the way in bringing mobile into real-world retail experiences, furthering the integration between the digital space and bricks-and-mortar while bringing mobile ordering and payments to the forefront.
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Home Depot’s iPhone application recently began offering visual search in beta, reflecting how the omnichannel strategy continues to grow and is starting to expand beyond its initial use by apparel retailers into other categories.
Not only is Home Depot experiencing strong in-store traffic and sales so far this year, the chain’s customer service scores are also on the rise, a positive trend attributed, in part, to the use of in-store mobile devices by store associates.
Bringing contactless mobile payments to bricks-and-mortar stores continues to be a challenging process plagued with technology difficulties, inexperienced store associates and an evolving landscape.
The Home Depot is supporting shoppers’ omnichannel needs with several new interactive tools available across its application and mobile Web site that are designed to simplify finding and buying the right products for the lawn and garden this spring.
Home Depot continues to show that it is a force to reckon with in leveraging mobile in-store to drive sales as the retailer introduces the next generation of a smartphone designed specifically for store associates.
NEW YORK – The mobile applications for merchants such as Zappos, Home Depot and 7-Eleven stand above the rest by delivering precise information that meets users’ specific needs, according to an analyst at Forrester’s Forum for Customer Experience Professionals East.
Home Depot is making a bid to win over college football fans with a new mobile gaming application that lets consumers challenge their friends and family in games for a chance to win prizes.
The Home Depot’s Redbeacon is supporting its mission of matching homeowners with service providers via a comprehensive strategy to get the brand’s mobile application into as many hands as possible.
In a sign of the growing role that mobile plays in the in-store shopping experience, more than 12,000 retail locations, including those of Walgreens and The Home Depot are offering indoor searchable store maps accessible from a smartphone.