Online giant Amazon has come up with an intriguing solution: Amazon Lockers. Designed to simplify the delivery process while guaranteeing customer satisfaction, over 1,400 lockers are currently available across the UK. Read on to discover how Amazon’s latest innovation is changing the e-retail game – and find out where you can locate your nearest Amazon Locker with Web Geo Services’ interactive map.
In terms of industry competition, businesses are constantly raising the bar when it comes to attracting new customers and simplifying online transactions. The solution? Taking advantage of geolocation to facilitate localisation and create customer proximity. A key tool when implementing this strategy is Local Search as a Service (LSaaS), a localised search engine.
When it comes to saving the customer time, online retailers tend to go above and beyond to encourage online shoppers to finalise their purchases. Astonishingly, however, almost 70% of shopping carts never make it to checkout – a frustrating state of affairs for businesses looking to improving the customer experience!
When it comes to helping Online Retailers, Google Maps offers so much more then the name alone suggests. Let Google Cloud Premier Partner Web Geo Services introduces some of the most influential API’s used to drive your online business forward.
In the space of a decade, using the Internet has become an integral part of our daily lives. It’s now second nature for consumers to seek out information regarding their purchases online, whether comparing prices, checking user reviews or – as is more often the case – buying online rather than in-store.
Whether we’re organising a holiday, a weekend away or even a business trip, making travel plans is far more complicated than simply booking a ticket to a given destination. To gain the customer’s complete confidence (securing customer satisfaction in the process), it’s imperative that the travel industry go the extra mile when approaching innovations and developments destined to improve the user experience. We take a look at five of the most important issues to address when looking to improve your business’ brand perception.