State of Banking: Consumers Visit Their Branch at Least Once per Quarter
Results from this survey indicate that retail banking still has a ways to go in order to provide customers with the best banking experience. Banking by appointment solutions may in fact be the next step on many bank executives’ to-do list.
The Future Of Retail: And The Winner Is…
Without a doubt, omni-channel retailing is changing the retail business model. Merchants now need to adapt new strategies to adhere to consumer demands, and scheduling technology may be one approach worth considering.
Attracting and Satisfying The Modern Consumer
Retailers shouldn’t be asking: how do we create a personalized experience for our consumers? Instead, they should be asking: how do we give more control to our consumers so that they can create their own personalized experience?
Demographics Drive Different Shopping Habits
Our latest infographic reveals why retailers must keep different demographics in mind in terms of marketing in order to improve their retail customer experience.
Logix Increases Business Volume Through Appointment Scheduling
Logix Federal Credit Union has recently found success in increasing business volume in its branches throughout the Los Angeles market by delivering a seamless and more integrated online/offline customer experience.
Next Gen Personal Shopping Services
Personal shopping is another arm of the “Concierge Economy.” With apps like Uber and OpenTable, everyone with a smartphone has a driver waiting or a reservation at their favorite restaurant.
WBEY Episode 1 – Top Retailers, Best Buy’s New Wedding Registry, & Interactive Dressing Rooms
On this episode of “We’ve Been Expecting You” Mike and Chris discuss the PWC report on top retailers, Best Buy releasing their version of the wedding registry, and the new Memory Mirror designed to help consumers find the clothes they need.
Walmart Knows What Millennials Want From Retailers
A recent article by AdAge points out that the hottest big retailer among Millennials is Walmart. The article cites Walmart’s focus on online and mobile search to be the driver for its partnership with popular Millennial brands, such as Tommee Tippee baby bottles.