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NFC and Shopping

NFC and Shopping

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Laura Davis-Taylor, leader of BBDO and Proximity's ShopWork shopper marketing practice, examines the drivers and potential impact of the emerging technology known as Near Field Communication, or NFC. The case for adoption of NFC by both consumers and brands is also dissected.
Laura Davis-Taylor, leader of BBDO and Proximity's ShopWork shopper marketing practice, examines the drivers and potential impact of the emerging technology known as Near Field Communication, or NFC. The case for adoption of NFC by both consumers and brands is also dissected.

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Published by: Digital Lab on Jul 25, 2012
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NFC & SHOPPING
July 2012
 
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Removing the barriers
that separate Web, mobile
and in-store commerce
represents one of the
hottest trends in retail.”
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Internet Retailer,
January 17, 2012
 
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  Are You Ready?
In a recent edition o
Harvard Business Review
, an article called ‘‘The Future oShopping’’ is all about one key theme: ‘‘omnichannel retail.’’
“As it evolves, digital retailing is quickly morphing into something so dierent that  it requires a new name: omnichannel retailing. The name refects the act that  retailers will be able to interact with customers through countless channels—websites, physical stores, kiosks, direct mail and catalogs, call centers, social  media, mobile devices, gaming consoles, televisions, networked appliances, home services, and more. Unless conventional merchants adopt an entirely new perspective—one that allows them to integrate disparate channels into a single seamless omnichannel experience—they are likely to be swept away.” 
The article goes on to basically say that retail is stuck in the proverbial box.Expectations across every channel are increasing and consumer dissatisaction is onthe rise and customers want more rom every buying experience. They want the besto online available in-store and want the upsides o stores in their digital interactions. And they don’t want excuses i it doesn’t happen—they’ll just head elsewhere.
“In today’s environment, inormation and ideas can fow reely. Retailers who learnto take advantage o both will be well positioned or success.” 
Greasing the skids to the ree ow o inormation and ideas will mean jumpingahead and embracing technologies that enable it. One is looming. And it’s NFC.

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