Mobile commerce strategy opened by Men’s Wearhouse

mobile commerce trends report

The new smartphone friendly website for the company features a Build-a-Tux feature. The latest announcement from Men’s Wearhouse is that they have just launched a mobile commerce website that will allow shoppers using tablets and smartphones to be able to customize their purchases and obtain deals that are optimized for the smaller screen. The smartphone friendly website is also designed to provide users with the opportunity for exclusive deals. The chain retailer has stated that it decided to make a move toward mobile commerce in response to the growing amount…

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Apple to approach mobile commerce slowly

Apple mobile payments

iPhone 5 may be unable to facilitate mobile payments upon release Apple may be prepared to include NFC technology in the latest incarnation of its popular iPhone smart phones, but that does not mean that the mobile device will be capable of facilitating mobile payments. Apple’s mobile commerce system – called Passbook – has been revealed, but the company has shown little interest in making mobile commerce one of its main focuses. The service has, nonetheless, garnered attention for its potential uses in mobile commerce, despite the fact that it…

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Mobile commerce study shows only 17 percent of retailers have optimized sites

Mobile Commerce

Study by Briteskies about mobile commerce shows that among specialty online retailers, only 17 percent have optimized for smartphones. Leading firm in B2B and B2C company assistance for seamless integration of enterprise software and e-commerce solutions, Briteskies, has published the results of their study, which performed an evaluation of mobile commerce offerings among 75 different retailers online. Examples of the online companies that were included in the study are Fry’s Electronics, Petco, and Sunglass Hut. The results of this study were first released in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the 2012…

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Shoving m-commerce down your throat

  Some brick and mortar businesses are not doing well in the current economy. Although the numbers show that mobile commerce is exploding, some businesses still don’t want to implement any kind of mobile strategy or marketing plan into their business. Australia is one of those places where many of the merchant’s don’t want to bring a mobile website or app to their business. In several countries, it comes down to convincing the more traditional merchants that mobile commerce can help improve their business. Many merchants have all ready seen…

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