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ロイヤルティ、モビリティおよびペイメントを結びつける:オムニチャネルのフレームワーク

Connecting Loyalty, Mobile and Payments: A Framework for the Omnichannel

発行 Mercator Advisory Group, Inc. 商品コード 310789
出版日 ページ情報 英文 33 pages
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ロイヤルティ、モビリティおよびペイメントを結びつける:オムニチャネルのフレームワーク Connecting Loyalty, Mobile and Payments: A Framework for the Omnichannel
出版日: 2014年08月20日 ページ情報: 英文 33 pages
概要

当レポートでは、ロイヤルティ、モバイルおよびペイメントの関わりについて調査し、マーチャントがオムニチャネル経験の構築を成功させるために必要な統合アプローチについて議論しており、新しいストア内センサー技術(BLE、NFC、QRコードおよびWi-Fi)、成功するロイヤルティプログラム設計の主要素、顧客のモバイルペイメント導入を促進するロイヤルティインセンティブ、および成功するオムニチャネル実行のケーススタディなどをまとめ、提供しています。

本書のハイライト

  • Starbucksアプリケーション経由のモバイルペイメント額の推計とモバイルペイメント導入を促進するロイヤルティの展望
  • 消費者の店舗内スマートフォン利用に関するデータの分析、およびチャネル全体の強化を目指すマーチャントにとって意味するもの
  • オムニチャネル経験にとって非常に有望な技術、その利用例およびペイメント機能の調査
  • オムニチャネル実行のケーススタディ: Tesco、AmazonおよびApple
  • オムニチャネル経験の創出のためにベンダーが提供するサービスのレビュー

本調査で言及する企業

  • Amazon
  • Apple
  • Estimote
  • Home Plus
  • inMarket
  • LevelUp
  • Macy's
  • Newegg
  • Nomi
  • Nordstrom
  • shopkick
  • Starbucks
  • Target
  • Tesco
  • Walmart
目次

(With apologies to Mark Twain), the reports of the death of brick-and-mortar retail have been greatly exaggerated. These stores are not going to vanish, but the retail experience within them is about to change substantially. With the increasing proliferation of smartphones, the lines between online and in-store retail are blurring. Consumers are using their phones while in-store to look up reviews, compare prices, and even make orders online. Merchants, both online and in-store, are in a war for scarce consumer attention the currency of the new omnichannel age.

Mercator Advisory Group's most recent research report, Connecting Loyalty, Mobile and Payments: A Framework for the Omnichannel Age, looks at the intersection between loyalty, mobile, and payments, arguing that an integrated approach to all three is needed for merchants to succeed in building a truly omnichannel experience. Success here is the ability to capture, hold, and monetize consumer attention, irrespective of the channel it is directed toward, whether that means in the store, on the phone, or online through a desktop computer. The report analyzes how some of the new in-store sensory technologies (such as BLE, NFC, QR codes, and WiFi) will make it possible for merchants to avoid losing the customer's attention as they move between channels. It identifies the key elements of successful loyalty program design and shows that loyalty incentives can drive consumer adoption of mobile payments. Finally it looks at case studies of successful omnichannel execution and identifies vendors who can help merchants recreate similar experiences.

"Consumers are increasingly reluctant to expend valuable attention keeping track of the various loyalty programs they have chosen to participate in, let alone remember to bring their numerous plastic cards along every time they shop. Brands that understand this, such as Starbucks, have integrated loyalty and mobile payments in a way that saves time and rewards the consumer," comments Nikhil Joseph, Emerging Technologies Analyst at the Mercator Advisory Group and author of the report.

This report contains 33 pages and 17 exhibits.

Companies mentioned in this report include: Amazon, Apple, Estimote, Home Plus, inMarket, LevelUp, Macy's, Newegg, Nomi, Nordstrom, shopkick, Starbucks, Target, Tesco, Walmart

Members of Mercator Advisory Group's Emerging Technologies Advisory Service have access to this report as well as the upcoming research for the year ahead, presentations, analyst access, and other membership benefits.

One of the exhibits included in this report:

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Highlights of this report include:

  • Mercator Advisory Group's estimates of mobile payments volume through the Starbucks app and the prospects of loyalty driving mobile payments adoption
  • Analysis of data on smartphone use by consumers in-store and what that means for merchants looking to build their strengths across channels
  • Examination of the technologies with the greatest promise for building the omnichannel experience, their use cases, and their payment capabilities
  • Case studies of omnichannel execution: Tesco, Amazon, and Apple
  • Review of vendors offering services to create the omnichannel experience
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