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More Retailers Seen Moving to Mobile Payments

Within the next two years, approximately 300 percent more retailers plan to deploy mobile point-of-sale tactics into in-store strategies, according to a new report from Boston Retail Partners. After slowly coming to terms with the importance of mobile in a bricks-and-mortar setting, retailers are now embracing the opportunities this technology presents. Mobile devices have become omnipresent in the lives of consumers and have had a significant impact on retail and the shopping experience, causing retailers to adapt to catch up with modern behavior.

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  1. holly west from The Random Agency, February 25, 2015 at 12:30 p.m.

    This approximation doesn't surprise me at all. We used to feel like we needed to get on our laptops or PCs to view products before making a purchase. Now that more websites are mobile friendly and smartphone sizes make viewing images much easier, consumers feel more comfortable using mobile devices for every purpose currently possible... especially online shopping.

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