Specials: New Feature of FPR's Mobile Checkout Application Makes Sales Hassle-free Task
NEW YORK, NY: FutureProof Retail (FPR), a global provider of mobile software is streamlining their Mobile Checkout application through the addition of a 'Specials' function in it.
FutureProof Retail enables shoppers to enjoy the brick and mortar retail experience by delivering a hassle-free e-commerce shopping experiences globally. It reduces the long queues in peak shopping hours through Express Checkout Smartphone app. FPR provides the app alongside the retailer’s point-of-sale system, white-labeled with the merchant’s brand or integrated into a merchant’s existing application.
“Mobile Checkout isn't just a practical solution for consumers. This added functionality takes a huge load off the merchant's plate, while easily increasing profits”, says, Di Di Chan, FPR Founder and President.
Mobile Checkout from FRP is a user friendly app and also integrates with merchant’s brand that allows them to offer their customers a quick and easy shopping option. Shoppers are allowed to scan and pay for their products or groceries that they buy through the application on their own phone. After completing the shopping, consumers can simply pay to the merchandise by pressing “check out” button. It supports payments processes via all Smartphone including credit/debit card, or Apple Pay modes.
Now Mobile Checkout app is capable to scan the immediate or instant sales items on the merchant’s website, and also able to auto-update the scanned information then delivers those information to the customers.
“The app streamlines the whole front end, but what it really does is built loyalty. It’s the mix of in-person experience with digital convenience—you get the best online and offline in one experience,” asserts William Hogben, CEO, FutureProof Retail.
The latest method of updating specials includes marketing personnel researching items on sale, designing a circular, updating the website and copying each special into a database makes the whole shopping easily done within few minutes. It has been expected that the special function will also help merchants to extend their revenue growth with push notification. On the other hand customers also have the option to receive notifications at anytime. They can view the specials, and has the authority to save the chose items. At the next time when consumers will go through the merchant’s website for shopping they will get a reminder notification on their saved specials via the app.
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