Kohl’s Ramps Up Omnichannel Efforts
September 22, 2015,
MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis.-Kohl’s has launched a number of digital and omnichannel initiatives designed to make its overall shopping experience easier.
The new enhancements include:
•A new store mode for Kohl’s mobile application that will provide a more personalized experience and help customers take advantage of savings every time they shop in store. Shoppers can opt in to store mode in the Kohl’s app to search store inventory and find in-store promotions that can be applied to their purchase, such as Kohl’s Cash and percent-off coupons.
•An omnichannel shopping bag, into which Kohl’s has bridged its digital shopping carts into a virtual shopping bag that can be accessed via smart phone, tablet or desktop.
•A redesigned mobile kohls.com site and tablet app, designed to make it easier for users to find what they’re looking for, as well as an improved mobile checkout experience.
• Same-day delivery: Kohl’s is currently testing same-day delivery for online purchases in select markets.
“Kohl’s is committed to providing our customers with an easy, convenient shopping experience in a way that is personalized and engaging—no matter how each customer prefers to shop,” said Kevin Mansell, Kohl’s chairman, president and CEO. “Our digital teams are continually testing new ideas and capabilities to create a world-class omnichannel experience that is seamless across devices. With each evolution, we aim to elevate our offerings for an easy, inspiring shopping experience.”
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