How to Keep Up with an On-Demand Economy
The webinar panelists discussed drivers for the on-demand economy and how consumers today expect services and goods at their fingertips.
What’s in Store for 2016?
We expect 2016 to be the year of personalization in retail, a year in which retailers set themselves apart by delivering high-level, on-demand services with a personalized touch.
That’s a Wrap on NRF 2016
Brick-and-mortar retail still dominates, but it’s no secret that the expectations of today’s consumer are increasing, which in turn forces retailers to reexamine how they manage the in-store experience.
Experience the Personalization Behind Today’s On-Demand Economy
Don’t forget to keep an eye out while visiting the expo hall, to meet our very own TimeTrade butler, who will be around throughout the day to demonstrate the meaning of a true “concierge” experience.
A Dickensian Look at Holiday Shopping
As we look toward the future, the face of holiday shopping is set to change even more. Future customers understand that online and social shopping lack the personalized, interactive experience that only a knowledgeable store associate can deliver.
Online Shopping vs. the In-Store Experience: E-Commerce Retailers Look to Physical Stores
Many of the discussion points from the Intersect Retail conference align with the data points from TimeTrade’s State of Retail 2015 analyst report. Consumers today want help in their final purchase decision and want to touch and feel products.
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.