Pizza franchise Hungry Howie’s is encouraging customers to try its new multi-platform mobile ordering system with several promotions, including a free pizza when users make their first online order.
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Restaurant chain TGI Friday’s is equipping servers with Microsoft tablets to help make the customer experience more streamlined and convenient.
Schlotzsky’s is introducing value-focused menu options in its Lotz Better campaign and rewarding its mobile application users that give the items a try.
Handmade and vintage goods marketplace Etsy is running a pilot program that will alert shoppers on their mobile devices when an Etsy seller they like is selling at a local event.
Target is providing a glimpse into the future of retail with a new mobile gaming offering, available in select stores and executed by Google, that bridges the retailer’s physical and digital offerings.
Clothing and accessories retailer Gap has introduced an omnichannel wish list solution for shoppers to compile items and share with family members via Twitter, Facebook and email and will be hosting free Wi-Fi in stores for customers’ convenience.
Mobile applications such as The List are lending convenience to customers met with long wait times at restaurants with updates via text message when their table is ready.
Apparel and accessories brand Rebecca Minkoff has teamed with eBay to power its new tech-savvy store in New York that allows mobile connectivity and transforms the in-store shopping experience by incorporating digital components.
Sears is collaborating with diamond retailer James Allen to offer a unique, technological experience for engagement ring shoppers that uses a 360-degree, high-definition video displayed on a tablet interface.
LITCHFIELD PARK, AZ – Talk this week at the Mobile Shopping Summit 2014 focused on combining the influence of mobile with in-store sales as brands and retailers become more heavily reliant on and comfortable with mobile technology.