Smartphone uptake driving ‘impulse purchases’ according to a Europe-wide study of mobile money habits
Almost half (45%) of smartphone owners would be ‘very willing’ or ‘somewhat willing’ for retailers to send messages to their smartphone, according to recent research from Voice of the Customer specialist eDigitalResearch
Touch focused video advertising creates a meaningful, measurable, and verifiable engagement between advertiser and audience; viewers interact directly and physically with the product, brand, concept or content.
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Online trust falls to lowest point in three years with only 55 percent of British internet users saying they trust most companies with their personal data
Following its quarterly meeting in January, the KPMG/Ipsos Retail Think Tank (RTT) reports that the health of UK retail has been largely flat over the past three months, representing a disappointing performance for the sector, given that the previous quarter (Q3) had shown some signs of improvement. As a consequence, … Read more
The UK leads the rest of Europe in the adoption and usage of personalisation technology when shopping online, according to a study released today by IDC and RichRelevance
The survey into retail communications commissioned by leading unified comms supplier Elite Telecom, in conjunction with UC manufacturer, Swyx and Retail Week, found that 68. Ralf Ebbinghaus, CEO at unified communications vendor Swyx, who co-sponsored the research with Elite says, “Our technology is already helping some of the UK’s largest retailers to enhance their customer communications across multiple locations and channels.
UK consumers are not yet ready to buy their desktop software from the cloud, with almost two-thirds of respondents preferring to purchase software in a physical format, according to new research released today from software firm Corel. 2,006 consumers were questioned on their software buying habits by Leadership Factor on behalf of Corel and the survey revealed that 37. “One day a majority of people will use the cloud to rent or lease their software, but the research clearly shows that we are far from ready for that at the moment,” said Amanda Bedborough, Executive Vice President, Global Sales, Corel. 874% of consumers said they would rather have a choice in what format they bought software and when asked what would prevent them from renting or leasing software from the cloud, 75.
The rise in e-book reading in the U.S. and U.K. over the last three years has been a key driver in the market share gains of e-retailers, according to research being released this month by Bowker Market Research
Consumers are leaving themselves open to online fraud, when banking and shopping online.
UK adults 55 and over are tech-savvy, with 41 per cent putting a tablet, smartphone or laptop on their Christmas list this year