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Customer-centric Commerce: Getting the Technology Right

O SANDERSON IT Software & Services Customer-centric commerce: getting the technology right Increase your customers' satisfaction with their shopping experience by providing them with the right technology, both in-store and online. The winners in digital commerce will be those retailers which improve their customers' experience by allowing them to start their purchase journey on a mobile or in-store, and continue it on their desktop computer - or vice versa. We crunch the numbers... SPECIAL OFFER 50% OFF Wherever, whenever To say that mobile shopping is exploding is an understatement; every business should ensure it capitalises on mobile shoppers with responsive website design and, in some cases, shopping apps. 37% of all UK online sales were made on a mobile device' in August-October 2014. 37% Visits to retail websites via mobile devices also increased and now account for 50% of traffic. Aug-Oct 2014 50% Mobile in-store Mobile is essential to customer satisfaction. In order to achieve customer-centric commerce, it is worth bringing this technology in-store. Smartphones influenced £18 billion of £18 billion store sales in 2013?. People who use their smartphone while shopping spend over 61% more than the average. 61% High street technology Bricks and mortar stores are integrating digital technology to improve customers' experiences with interactive screens, Beacon technology and the use of iPads. 38% of top retailers said they were using iPads in-store3 and a further 56% said they were 38% planning to use them in the future. 38% said they were using customer apps and 44% said they were planning to. 38% Click & Collect revolution While the right technology is essential to improving customer satisfaction, customers are still attracted to physical spaces. Amazon has introduced collection lockers so customers can pick up items when they wish using a code number. The number of UK shoppers using Cick & Collect is set to more than double in the next three years". The same research found that 35% of online shoppers in the UK buy online and collect from store, compared with 13% in the US and 5% in Germany. 35% 13% 5% By 2017, 76% of UK shoppers are expected to use the service, it said. 76% Me-commerce Achieving customer-centric commerce means giving customers exactly what they want. 21% of shoppers visited a retailer's social media site because of a personalised offer in 20135 - a significant increase on 2012 (9%). SPECIAL OFFER 50% OFF Do these consumers go on to make a purchase? If you get it right, they do: Tesco has been applauded® for its creative 'co-buy' campaign in which fine wine lovers are encouraged to share deals on social media to receive discounts. 30% OFF TESCO To do list Nowadays there are multiple ways to shop. Retailers which are making the shopping experience customer-centric and seamless are winning. In order to ensure your customers can use your technology, you must make sure: Your website is optimised for mobile and tablet devices Your apps are running smoothly You're taking advantage of the latest in-store technology You're offering Click and Collect, if your customers demand it You're personalising your marketing offers DISCOVER MORE TIPS FOR ACHIEVING CUSTOMER-CENTRIC COMMERCE. DOWNLOAD: SANDERSON Best of Breed, or All in One? What ne? What is the Secret of Omni-Channel Software Success? annel BEST OF BREED, OR ALL IN ONE? WHAT IS THE SECRET OF OMNI- CHANNEL SOFTWARE SUCCESS? Thare s no tr nswer bo aniT app oach, but any sdui on eds So sd ve the ongaing and fuaure amnni-chamel chaleange DOWNLOAD NOW! wwwanderson com 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Customer-centric Commerce: Getting the Technology Right

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Increase your customers’ satisfaction with their shopping experience by providing them with the right technology, both in-store and online.


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