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Findings show that retailers are still falling short of delivering a satisfactory mobile experience – find out more by downloading the full report.
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It’s a busy month at SciVisum. As well as exhibiting at IRX 2015, SciVisum’s CEO Deri Jones will be speaking at the 24/7 Multichannel Travel Masterclass.
2015 March 24th – the 24/7 Multichannel Travel Masterclass will explore the way the travel industry, customer journey and customer experience is changing as a result of today’s digital and social transformation and what actions are required to plan, execute and deliver a targeted digital marketing strategy that drives sales.
2015 March 25-26: provides an opportunity to brush up on the latest Multi-channel ideas for success: drop in to one of the seminars, network with your peers. Or meet the SciVisum team to discuss maximising your online conversions: by uniting your tech and marketing activity around 24/7 Online Mystery Shopper metrics of user experience of iPad, Android and laptop visitors.
The findings show that retailers are still falling short of delivering a satisfactory mobile experience.