Today in mobile marketing – Amazon expands payments to take on PayPal; Clothing led ecommerce spending for the first time in 2015; Toyota expands Microsoft partnership in connected vehicle services; Jeff Bezos: New Kindle in the works.
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While mobile sales grew significantly during the 2015 holiday seasons, when it comes to returning or exchanging unwanted presents, most consumers still prefer in-store, challenging retailers that do not have a strong omnichannel infrastructure.
This era of on-demand ecommerce is closely correlated to the shift away from traditional payments processors and toward more innovative solutions, such as those developed by Stripe or Braintree.
The casual dining sector’s use of mobile continues to heat up, with Outback Steakhouse preparing to launch a new mobile application later this year that will enable diners to virtually check where they are on the waiting list as well as pay for meals at the table.
Payment transaction volume on wearables will reach $501 billion by 2020, growing at a compound annual growth rate of 177 percent and representing 20 percent of total mobile proximity transaction volume, according to a new report from Tractica.
The American Airlines Center in Dallas is bringing mobile point-of-sale systems to consumers attending events in the stadium, allowing servers to accept contactless payments as well as Apple Pay, and providing a streamlined purchasing experience for food and beverages.
With PayPal’s mobile payments transactions volume increasing 40 percent year-over-year, the business is testing NFC payments prior to its imminent split from eBay, executives revealed this week during the ecommerce leader’s first quarter earnings call.
Health insurance provider United Healthcare’s mobile application Health4Me has introduced new features, including the ability to complete mobile payments for customers’ health claims and manage their healthcare expenses.
Mobile application ParkMe, which allows users to find and secure parking spots, now features a payment feature in Dallas for added value.
When it comes to leaving a tip in a casual restaurant, 68 percent of customers would prefer to do so via an iPad, according to a new report from Software Advice.