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Two-third of top retailers have mobile site and app

Wednesday 5 December 2012 | 10:43 CET | News
When it comes to mobile, 82 percent of top retailers have a mobile optimised site, 72 percent have a mobile or tablet app and 66 percent have both, according to a survey by Acquity Group based on Interbrand's Best Retail Brands 2012. Most of these brands use basic mobile capabilities, including shopping carts (88%), featured products (85%), customer reviews (63%) and contract forms (54%). Less than half (44%) of retailers evaluated currently provide click-to-call, and although 76 percent of retailers offer product image zoom capabilities on browsers, only 39 percent have this offering on

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