Articles Tagged ‘Multichannel retail support’


Dick Smith Electronics taps QR codes for instant mobile transactions

August 12, 2013

Dick Smith Electronics is rolling out a QR code-centered mobile commerce system to modernize the shopping experience.

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Jos. A. Bank mobile strategy focused more on relationships than mcommerce

April 25, 2011

Staying true to its multichannel retail support strategy, Jos. A. Bank Clothiers has rolled out an iPhone application and a mobile Web destination to engage with customers in-store.

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Express exec: Retailers need to tie loyalty into mobile initiatives

March 23, 2011

ORLANDO, FL – An Express executive who spoke at International CTIA stressed that retailers need to use mobile to take their loyalty efforts to the next level.

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One in five retailers have fully-realized mobile strategies: study

June 30, 2010

Three-quarters of all retailers have plans for engaging consumers in the mobile space, according to a report by Forrester Research.

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Target expands mobile commerce presence with gift cards

February 9, 2010

To keep up with consumers’ increasing dependence on their mobile phones, Target is letting customers use their wireless devices as gift cards.

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Sears mobile offerings see increased usage during holiday season

December 11, 2009

Sears Holdings Corp. said that during the Black Friday weekend it saw a rise in mobile shoppers.

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Mobile coupon aggregator 8coupons launches nationally

December 10, 2009

New York-based mobile-coupons service 8coupons.com has expanded into a national mobile coupon database.

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Brands need to watch mobile consumer, not platform

October 22, 2009

NEW YORK – In order for a brand or retailer to truly master and become successful at mobile commerce, it must follow the consumer, not the platform.

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