With customers continuing to get more comfortable with omnichannel shopping, it has become one of the key driving factors of future in-store and online shopping experiences.
Companies with omnichannel customer engagement strategies retain on average 89% of their customers, compared to customer retention rate of 33% for companies with weak omnichannel customer engagement. Only 45% of retailers cited omni-channel efforts as a top priority for their business in 2015. Check out our infographic on “The state of Omnichannel shopping” for the latest statistics and trends.
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72% of digital shoppers consider in-store experience as the most important channel when making a purchase.
71% of in-store shoppers who use smartphones for research say their device has become more important to their in-store experience
Shoppers who buy from a business both in-store and online have a 30% higher lifetime value than those who shop using only one channel
70% of US online shoppers said that they have used buy online and picked up in-store services.
Smartphones now influence more than 28% of US retail sales.
Top Omnichannel Retail capabilities according to Digital Shoppers
|Ability to check the availability of products prior visiting to the store
|Ability to buy or reserve a product online via smartphone and pick up in-store
|Stored profile information is available across all channels for easy access
|Consistent, personalized shopping experience from one channel to next
|Usage of social media for access across the channels
Top Omnichannel Shopping Product Categories by % Age of consumers
|%age of online consumers who have mixed online and offline shopping
|Beauty & Personal