Retailers not matching user demand for mobile selling

UK retailers are failing to keep up with consumer demand for mobile commerce services, according to a Direct Marketing Association study.

Its poll of 3,900 consumers found 82% wanted to buy products via their mobiles. However, only 42% of the 1,600 retailers in the study have a defined mobile selling strategy in place. A further 14% had no plans to put such a strategy in place.

The full story: http://www.istockanalyst.com/business/news/5202230/retailers-not-matching-user-demand-for-mobile-selling Note: the last time I checked, this site was down.

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