Gartner L2 Digital IQ Index  December 13, 2016

Big Box US 2016

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Despite improvement in omnichannel and mobile capabilities, many Big Box retailers are struggling to meet customer expectations with respect to the in-store experience. Meanwhile, Amazon now accounts for an alarming 80 percent of US e-commerce growth and is upending customer expectations once again with the launch of cashier-free, grab-and-go convenience stores. In response, select retailers are making significant investments in SEO/SEM and last-mile fulfillment options, effectively closing the loop between online and offline channels. The third annual Digital IQ Index: Big Box benchmarks the digital performance of 65 brands operating in the US.

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Big Box US 2016

December 13, 2016
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Despite improvement in omnichannel and mobile capabilities, many Big Box retailers are struggling to meet customer expectations with respect to the in-store experience. Meanwhile, Amazon now accounts for an alarming 80 percent of US e-commerce growth and is upending customer expectations once again with the launch of cashier-free, grab-and-go convenience stores. In response, select retailers are making significant investments in SEO/SEM and last-mile fulfillment options, effectively closing the loop between online and offline channels. The third annual Digital IQ Index: Big Box benchmarks the digital performance of 65 brands operating in the US.

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