1-800-FLOWERS.COM Adds Android to Platform Portfolio
The biggest name in online florists has announced a downloadable storefront app for Android, thanks to a mobile strategy based on Digby’s Mobile Commerce Suite Platform.Â This version follows in the footsteps of the web client as well as iPhone and BlackBerry apps.
1-800-FLOWERS.COM is an innovator in cross-channel retail and customer-focused technology, and we are pleased to once again have the opportunity to be a part of their vision to provide their customers the best mobile shopping experience possible.Â We are excited to expand our mobile offerings and help retailers stay abreast of today’s rapidly changing consumer habits through the incorporation of the Android platform. – Dave Sikora, CEO, Digby
Customers will be able to access many of the popular products from 1-800-FLOWERS catalog with the app and view detailed product descriptions and full-color images.Â Additionally, they’ll be able to select addresses from their online account or local address book and, of course, place orders with their Android phones
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