Majority of retailers fall short in meeting customers’ omnichannel expectations

majority of retailers fall short in meeting customers omnichannel | Majority of retailers fall short in meeting customers' omnichannel expectations The rate of omnichannel adoption and digital transformation across the retail sector has remained high over the first half of 2022. However, new industry data shows that retailers and brands still have significant ground to cover to meet evolving customer expectations.
The 7th annual Omnichannel Retail Index by OSF Digital’s strategy team (formerly FitForCommerce) found that leading retailers and brands are aggressively increasing adoption rates of omnichannel and digital best practice capabilities — e.g., optimized search, frictionless checkout, and cross-channel services. Despite the industry-wide shifts, the benchmark study also found that most companies in the Index, which examines 115 leading U.S. global retailers and brands, still struggle to deliver the high-quality shopping experiences that customers expect. The majority of companies in the Index score below the overall average of 61 percent. Read more…

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