3 Trailblazing Retail Technologies: What Shoppers Think [Report]

Download Field Agent’s report, “Shopping on the Cutting-Edge: Shopper Attitudes toward 3 Trailblazing Retail Technologies.” This extensive 40-page resource combines three previously-published Field Agent reports.

 

The future is now for the retail industry. So it seems anyway.

Three trailblazing retail technologies appear to be ushering in a new era of shopping.

There’s drone delivery, in test mode among a handful of retailers. Voice-activated shopping, made possible by “smart speakers” like Amazon Echo or Google Home, is presently available to convenience-minded shoppers. And, perhaps most ambitious, the checkout-less store is apparently just over the horizon, as Amazon prepares to roll out its “Just Walk Out” technology and Walmart its “Scan and Go” technology.

 

This is the stuff of the future, with major implications for what it even means “to shop.” 

But, it’s shoppers themselves who will determine whether these technologies are truly the way forward—or whether they’re simply innovative, even inspired ideas…but no more.

 

 

Special Report: Shopping on the Cutting-Edge

Shopping on the Cutting-Edge: Shopper Attitudes toward 3 Trailblazing Retail Technologies

 

Over the last several weeks, mobile solutions firm Field Agent has conducted a series of studies exploring shopper sentiment toward three avant-garde retail technologies:

 

  • “Buy & Fly Retail”: 2,010 shoppers surveyed about their behavioral intentions toward drone delivery
  • “Shopping with Alexa”: 318 verified Amazon Echo owners discuss shopping through the “smart speaker”
  • “Scanning the Future”: 36 shoppers try out and review Walmart’s new Scan & Go service

 

These three timely studies are now available in Field Agent’s free, 40-page report, “Shopping on the Cutting-Edge: Shopper Attitudes toward 3 Trailblazing Retail Technologies.”

As a bonus, the report contains exclusive photos of Walmart’s new, high-tech “Interactive Product Education Table”—currently on display in Walmart’s recently-opened Lake Nona (Orlando), FL supercenter.

 

Download this free report…and see what shoppers think about tomorrow’s today’s cutting-edge retail technology.

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