Mobile

  1. REPORT: MOBILE COMMERCE WILL OVERTAKE E-COMMERCE BY 2019

    REPORT: MOBILE COMMERCE WILL OVERTAKE E-COMMERCE BY 2019

    Mark it down now.

    2019 will be known as The Year of M-Commerce.

    According to a recent report by New York-based IT industry analysis firm 451 Research, the number of global mobile commerce (aka m-commerce) transactions will surpass e-commerce transactions by the start of next year.

  2. PWA

    Want to Boost M-Commerce Success? Go The Way of the PWA.

    As we race headlong towards 2019 America, we see more and more commerce moving online (aka e-commerce). And we also notice more and more e-commerce becoming almost entirely…mobile (aka m-commerce).

  3. PWA

    PROGRESSIVE WEB APPS (PWAs) CAN FUEL MOBILE COMMERCE

    Progressive Web Apps (also known as PWAs for sure) continue to gain traction and popularity in the world of eCommerce – specifically when it comes to mobile eCommerce, also known more affectionately as mCommerce.

  4. mCommerce Continues to Surge in America. Is YOUR Brand Ready to Deliver?

    mCommerce Continues to Surge in America. Is YOUR Brand Ready to Deliver?

    Mobile is truly where it’s at in 2017 America. Including mobile commerce (aka mCommerce). In a fascinating new report, comScore released eCommerce findings and data from the fourth quarter of 2016, and some of the data related to mCommerce is truly eye-popping. The data demonstrated that more “traditional” eCommerce itself remains incredibly powerful and valuable in our society today. During the fourth quarter of 2016 alone, U.S. consumers spent $86.6 billion on their home and work PCs – a surge of 13 percent, year-over-year, from fourth quarter of 2015.

  5. Mobile Commerce may define 2016! Ready to reap the benefits?

    Mobile Commerce may define 2016! Ready to reap the benefits?

    We recently blogged at length about a fascinating forecast for 2016, in which mobile shopping (or m-commerce) is predicted to become an even larger portion of online commerce (or e-commerce). Much of that post drew on insights gleaned from the recent Mobile Checkout Report by BI Intelligence, which predicted that by 2020, mobile purchasing will encompass 45 percent of the projected $632 billion in total e-commerce sales. As it turns out, that report was but one of many emerging forecasts that are bullish on the state of m-commerce in 2016.

  6. Teamwork Retail Offers Cloud-Based, Mobile POS Solution

    Teamwork Retail Offers Cloud-Based, Mobile POS Solution

    Teamwork Retail is the world’s first and only completely cloud-based and mobile point-of-sale (POS) solution that delivers the sophistication of Tier 1 retailing. Teamwork Retail also supports multi-channel retailers with an infinite number of locations. Featuring POS, seamless channels, universal customers, and a CRM like you’ve never seen, Teamwork Retail is truly the future of retail. Teamwork Retail is led by retail software industry veteran and visionary Michael Mauerer, who launched his decorated career replacing cash registers with personal computers at a time when PCs were unheard of in point-of-sale environments. He then went on to construct popular POS solutions that were implemented in more than 100,000 stores worldwide, including QuickBooks Point of Sale.

  7. Want to increase your mobile conversions?

    Want to increase your mobile conversions?

    In today’s complex and fast-moving world, it’s important to offer your customers a seamless and integrated omni-channel experience. A large part of such an experience involves creating a smooth, successful mobile experience for your consumers. And the better their mobile experience, the better your business’ chance of registering e-commerce conversions via mobile devices. There are many ways you can increase your company’s mobile e-commerce conversions, starting today. In this blog, we take a closer look at some of these methods.

  8. Mobile-Commerce: Don’t Let Change & Consumers Pass You By

    Mobile-Commerce: Don’t Let Change & Consumers Pass You By

    A big change is coming soon. A change that could heavily impact each and every e-commerce operation online. On April 21, 800-pound gorilla Google will start using “mobile-friendly compliance” as a ranking factor in smartphone search. There are many meanings to this change, but chief among them is that you should absolutely ensure that your site is mobile-friendly. In short, mobile compliance is becoming less and less of an optional indulgence. And more and more of an absolute necessity.

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