Tag: m-commerce

Nisa success leads to Zapper expansion

Following a successful roll out of m-payments in Nisa convenience stores around Peterborough in 2016, Zapper is extending the reach of its all-in-one payments, loyalty and vouchering platform to more convenience stores around the UK.

Ecommerce grew in May: IMRG

According to the IMRG Capgemini eRetail Sales Index, ecommerce grew by 17 per cent in May, compared to the same time last year. That’s the highest rise seen in the index since June 2015, and came as average basket values rose to £81 in the year-to-date from £78 in the equivalent period last year.

Integrating digital with realspace: Global Ecommerce Summit 2016

Mobile still dominated discussion at the recent Barcelona Global Ecommerce Summit, but there were two other trends that gained traction. The first is the growing importance of B2B commerce and ways that its challenges can be overcome, and the increasing recognition that effective omnichannel is not just about data, or personalisation, but actually being personal. Whether that’s customer knowledge, brand, mission or one2one contact, the conversation appears to be moving further than simply big data.

IKEA to pilot mobile checkout app

IKEA’s Head of Global Mobile Solutions , Victor Bayata, revealed at the M-commerce Summit 2016 in New York recently that IKEA was testing a mobile checkout program that creates QR codes to allow shoppers to navigate the checkout process more quickly.

Will 2016 be the year of mobile?

Every time you turned around in 2015 somebody somewhere was discussing the growing importance of mobile as a sales channel, with some sites seeing 50 per cent of their traffic from mobile. But just because everyone talks about it doesn’t mean everyone’s doing it. Could 2016 be the year that mcommerce becomes a central part of retail strategy?

Mobile wins over Black Friday shoppers

Online retail sales grew in double digits on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday while mobile traffic exceeded that of desktop, according to the latest reports from IBM.