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A new case study from LBMA member Point Inside on the merits of indoor positioning data.

A new case study from LBMA member Point Inside on the merits of indoor positioning data.

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  • 1. Point Inside Store Mode Study 2012 How store mode/indoor location technologiesdrive in-store shopper engagement
  • 2. About Point InsidePoint Inside enhances and augments the in-storebuying experience through the use of indoorlocation technologies. These capabilities, also known as store mode, areintegrated into retailers’ branded apps and driveincreased shopper engagement resulting ingreater sales, customer satisfaction and loyalty.
  • 3. TechnologiesIndoor maps of the storesExact product locationsShopper in-store locations Personalized recommendations and offersStore-specific searchDeep customer insights and analytics
  • 4. Goal of the studyUnderstand and quantify the impact of store mode/indoor locationtechnologies on in-store shopping.
  • 5. MethodologyPoint Inside collected the study data in2012 directly through in-app analyticsfrom multiple clients. The data set included more than 1 millionshopper sessions and more than 25,000unique users.The A|B test used 2 identical retailer apps: one versionincluded indoor location technologies and the other did not.The indoor location technologies consisted of:•  Indoor store maps•  Exact product locations•  Most efficient in-store routing
  • 6. ResultsIndoor location technologiesIndoor location technologies drove 5x the interactions per user.Routed shopping lists increased by 8x per user throughout the year.CouponsMobile app users without indoor location technologies clipped an average ofmore than 4x as many coupons as non-app users.Users of the mobile apps with indoor location technologies clipped an averageof more than 16x as many coupons as non-app users.UsageThe fastest growing segment of shoppers is those who used the apps "5+ times in a month. This segment grew from 17% to 34% of the total users throughout the year.This segment represented more than 70% of the app uses.The average number of app uses per user per month in this segment was 12.