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Summary of the NRF Mobile Retailing Blueprint, a 178-page paper that examines how mobile phones have and will continue to impact shopping. See http://www.nrf.org/mobile for more information.

Summary of the NRF Mobile Retailing Blueprint, a 178-page paper that examines how mobile phones have and will continue to impact shopping. See http://www.nrf.org/mobile for more information.

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NRF Mobile Retail Initiative, June 2010 NRF Mobile Retail Initiative, June 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • Mobile Retailing Blueprint v1.0.0 A Comprehensive Guide for Navigating the Mobile Landscape
  • The NRF Mobile RetailInitiative Mission Statement
    The mission of the National Retail Federation's Mobile Retail Initiative is to be a catalyst for mobile-inspired innovation in retail that enhances the shopping experience and improves internal business processes. It will lead the industry in the development of standards and the documentation and dissemination of mobile-related best practices for the purpose of maximizing benefits and minimizing implementation expense, on-going costs and fees. This retailer-led initiative will accomplish its mission via original research, educational events and networking opportunities.
  • Serve as a resource of key trends and research, both proprietary and 3rd party, related to mobile in retail
    Identify processes that can be enhanced via mobile technology including marketing and customer loyalty, payments, store operations and digital.
    Organize meetings and events for all constituents in the Mobile eco-system to maximize functionality and encourage implementation.
    Take the lead in defining acceptable business models to all parties involved as it relates to Mobile processes in retail.
    Develop working relationships with existing mobile associations, groups and service providers.
    Work with existing banks and other financial institutions to provide multiple alternatives for mobile payments.
    Encourage adoption of global standards surrounding mobile technology and use of ARTS standard data names.
    Publish white papers covering different aspects of mobile technology processing in retail.
    Identify third-party applications which may help encourage the adoption of mobile payments by consumers.
    The NRF Mobile RetailInitiative Goals
    http://www.nrf.org/mobile
  • NRF Mobile ApplicationClassifications
  • Mobile Retailing Blueprint
    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    Executive Summary
    Introduction
    Mobile Marketing
    Mobile Commerce
    Mobile Payments
    Mobile Operations
    Implementation Strategies
    Mobile Standards
    Terms & Acronyms
    • 178 pages
    • Covers all mobile devices with focus on mobile phones
    • Includes consumer applications as well as employee applications
    • Discusses technologies like NFC, smartcards, augmented reality, geo-fencing, location-based services
    • Highlights many existing applications
    • Defines processes and terms
    • Addresses remote and contactless payments/tenders
    • Includes ROI spreadsheet
    • Highlights where ARTS standards apply
  • Over 30 Mobile Application Examples Cited