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Stay Cool and Save on Back-to-School

According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), average annual back-to-school spending has grown 42% over the last 10 years. This year, total spending for K-12 and college is expected to reach $68 billion in the United States topping every other retail holiday except the winter holidays. While this is a huge business opportunity for retailers, […] Read the rest of this entry »

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  • QR Codes Utilized In Diverse Industries

    In today’s world, technological advancements have allowed us to access information faster and in a more convenient manner than ever before. With 43% of the global population using smartphones, and that number projected to surpass 2 billion in the year 2016, there is no doubt that mobile has played a pivotal role in this transformation. […] Read the rest of this entry »

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  • It’s Here: The ScanLife Mobile Trend Report for Q1

    The latest edition of the ScanLife Mobile Trend Report is now available! The first quarter was an exciting time for mobile engagement as we processed 22 million engagements from consumers using their devices to enhance their shopping journey. As you see in the Q1 Trend Report, the family budget was a strong driver of engagement […] Read the rest of this entry »

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  • Why Mobile Couponing Explosion is for Real

    Currently digital coupons are still very small and represent less than 3% of all coupons redeemed. However, the latest Juniper Research report predicts that by 2016 more than 90M Americans will have redeemed at least one digital coupon, and 45% of mobile device users will use mobile coupons. Is the mobile coupon explosion real?  Yes, […] Read the rest of this entry »

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  • The holiday 2014 edition of the Mobile Engagement Trend Report is finally here! This report offers insights on consumer shopping behavior while highlighting significant activity in high-tech and retail. We gathered data from the holiday season that vividly depicts the yearly growth of holiday mobile engagement. Consumers worldwide accessed bargains, product reviews, and other valuable […] Read the rest of this entry »

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  • Tipping Point: Desktop to Mobile

    It finally happened. The tipping point for Internet usage shifted from desktop to mobile in 2014 for the first time in US history. More than half of Internet traffic for giants like Facebook, Google, ESPN and many more came from mobile devices. This trend is bound to continue with the adaptation and accessibility of mobile […] Read the rest of this entry »

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  • Consumer Behavior and Preferences Infographic

    The ScanLife Consumer Behavior and Preferences Infographic has arrived! We surveyed more than 15K of ScanLife mobile app users to learn more about their mobile behavior and individual preferences. Read the rest of this entry »

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