A standing goal for any business should be to stay current on key developments within its industry. This is especially true for the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) retail space, whose landscape has changed dramatically throughout the past decade. The rapid rise of FMCG retailing online has left many retailers unsure of how to adapt. In fact, according to a Digital Readiness Assessment Survey by global research firm Nielsen and trade association Food Marketing Institute (FMI), many retailers and manufacturers are not prepared for the age of online grocery.Read More
In this day and age, it's just not enough to have a brick and mortar retail store.
Customers want more. They deserve more. They're demanding more. This includes convenience, at the highest level.
In today's world, retailers need to be where customers live, providing instantaneous access, 24/7. This means developing a mobile strategy that gives customers exactly what they want, when and where they want it.Read More
Topics: mobile commerce
Singapore’s mCommerce market is expected to grow 33 percent by 2021, according to Worldpay's annual Global Payments Report.
The global leader in payment processing technology and solutions, Worldpay publishes updated analyses each year, replete with key insights to help merchants connect with the right payment types for their respective customers. The 2017 report, its most expansive to date, includes more countries and payment preferences than ever before—across 36 markets on five continents, to be exact.Read More
Topics: mobile commerce
Seventy percent of consumers will be grocery shopping online by 2024.
That's just one of the astounding revelations contained within the latest edition of The Digitally Engaged Shopper, a collaborative analysis by trade association Food Marketing Institute (FMI) and market researcher Nielsen into current and future digital shopping behaviors within the food retail marketplace
Topics: online grocery shopping
Mobile commerce is growing, in a big way, so if you think your business isn't ready to take the plunge, think again.
E-commerce has been a hot topic for quite a few years now, but with more and more consumers ditching their desktops for their smartphones, mobile commerce—also known as "m-commerce"—is picking up steam, with little indication of slowing down any time soon.Read More