When it comes to grocery and e-commerce, the scene is changing and it’s changing fast: 70% of grocery e-commerce shoppers have shopped online for less than two years. Review these four steps to learn how grocers can build a digital presence that creates value and increases bottom-line profitability.
In-store “clipping” is increasing, despite the fact that 23% of shoppers are unaware their primary store has a digital coupon program. Uncover more digital coupon statistics and learn how to make this customer-centric tech work for you.
Grocer Lunds & Byerlys sought to entirely transform their digital experience, a road that took shape through a multi-phased implementation plan that is now entering its second year. Learn how it forged a path to digital success and a double digit increase in online sales.
The acquisition of Unata gives Instacart a value-add for brick-and-mortar retailers and enables continued innovation in the digital grocery space. Learn the details and what it means for the two companies.
It's borderline cliché to state that the retail landscape is changing fast: This has been the case for almost an entire generation of shoppers, as malls across the country empty out and consumers flock to the internet.
Total Wine & More seeks to drive mobile coupon redemptions and brand engagement. Meanwhile, the independent retailer of fine wines continues its fight in Massachusetts over its alleged violation of state price controls on liquor.
To understand how grocers are addressing today's difficult times and what plans they have in place to become market leaders rather than laggards, RIS partners with RetailCentric to develop the third annual supermarket benchmark study.