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ASICS Digital Hits the Ground Running with Qubit Aura for Mobile Web

Posted on: novembre 15th, 2017 by admin

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ASICS Digital Hits the Ground Running with Qubit Aura for Mobile Web

15th Nov 2017

Scaling 1:1 personalization with mobile web solution for product discovery

[NEW YORK - 15 November 2017] Qubit, the leaders in marketing personalization technology, today announced that ASICS Digital, an ASICS division responsible for the continued development of Runkeeper and other consumer-centric digital platforms, has partnered with Qubit to enhance its mobile web presence.

Qubit Aura leverages the latest in artificial intelligence (AI) to create an app-like shopping experience for small screens. The experience is powered by Qubit’s award-winning personalization platform and brings together programmatic experiences, like social proof and product recommendations, with the latest artificial intelligence technology to create a unique experience for every single ASICS visitor. This also ensures that visitors are immediately shown the ASICS products that are most relevant to them and their needs.

“At ASICS Digital we are leveraging the latest in digital innovation to transform the way we connect with our consumers worldwide,” says Dan Smith, GM of ASICS Digital. “Personalization is at the core of this transformation. Every consumer touchpoint is an opportunity for us to deliver a tailored experience and in turn, deepen our customer relationship. Qubit Aura’s AI-based product discovery platform allows us to rapidly deliver personalized mobile experiences that do exactly that."

When a consumer visits the ASICS mobile website, the site will leverage the Qubit Aura platform to surface an icon that, when tapped, takes users to an integrated discovery environment much like an experience on social networks. These interactions are then collected, analyzed, and used in real-time to create an adaptive product discovery journey which is fully personalized to each ASICS customer.

ASICS has a catalog of thousands of products; with short consumer attention spans and the rise of mobile shopping, it is critical to surface relevant products to aid with the discovery process. Using Qubit Aura, ASICS is working to build a unique experience specifically for mobile.

“ASICS is one of the first brands to utilize Qubit Aura and it’s a clear indication of the way the company is thinking customer-first,” said Graham Cooke, CEO of Qubit. “Qubit Aura has been built with companies like ASICS in mind, whose mission of 1-1 personalization can instantly be achieved with Qubit Aura. With a large product catalog it’s imperative that ASICS can show relevant ranges to customers with only a couple of data points. Qubit Aura will provide ASICS an understanding of their customer they have never had before, and we’re delighted to be with them on this personalization journey.”

Cruise Chooses Qubit to Navigate Personalization Journey

Posted on: novembre 7th, 2017 by admin

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Cruise Chooses Qubit to Navigate Personalization Journey

7th Nov 2017

Europe’s largest online cruise travel agent making data-driven experiences priority for growth

[LONDON - 7 NOVEMBER 2017] Qubit, the leaders in marketing personalization technology, today announced that Cruise, Europe’s largest online cruise travel agent, have chosen Qubit to power their journey to personalization. The company are looking to increase conversions, enquiries, and sign ups, as they grow market share across Europe. With an in-house development team, Cruise will leverage the Qubit personalization platform to build a customer journey focused on an in-depth understanding of how their visitors browse and purchase holidays across all of their 7 websites.

“We are constantly looking for ways to improve the website experience for our customers which extends to about 20% of the cruise market,” said Kevin Milnes, Online Director at Cruise.co.uk. “Building a world-class personalization strategy is a key goal for our business and we need technology that’s reliable, scalable, and provides us with insights we can trust. With Qubit we’ll begin to deliver sophisticated experiences online at a scale we’ve never been able to achieve before.”

Cruise’s recent growth in Europe has been accelerated with the purchase of Kreuzfahrtberater.de (a German counterpart), and they now want to increase retention and loyalty with user generated content and by being the best online resource for holidaymakers interested in cruises. The company also want to increase the number of bookings made both offline, through the contact center, and online via the standard booking process.

Using the Qubit platform, the Cruise team will be able to create data-driven experiences to increase conversions, engagement and loyalty of existing and new customers. Self-service was an important factor in selecting Qubit, as the in-house development team needed a solution that was easy to understand and made it easy to deploy personalizations. With a community forum of over 65,000 members and over 200,000 questions and answers submitted, the company have a huge amount of customer data that they can leverage for future personalization efforts.

“Cruise are another great brand that we will be working with in the travel industry,” said Graham Cooke, CEO of Qubit. “The company have consistently delivered first-class customer service and with Qubit they’ll continue to be able to deliver persuasive personalizations at scale. I’m delighted that they’ve chosen Qubit to power the customer experience and look forward to working with them as they continue the personalization journey.”

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Qubit Tackles Product Discovery on Mobile with Industry-first AI-Powered Solution

Posted on: octobre 11th, 2017 by admin

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Qubit Tackles Product Discovery on Mobile with Industry-first AI-Powered Solution

11th Oct 2017

With multiple patents pending, Qubit Aura transforms mobile shopping for retail brands

[LONDON & NEW YORK - 11th OCTOBER 2017] Qubit, the leaders in marketing personalization technology, today launched Qubit Aura, a product discovery solution for mobile web. The product has been built to help retail brands tackle a specifically mobile issue: while shoppers now spend equal time on mobile and desktop, the conversion rate for mobile is only half. Qubit Aura sits on an existing mobile website and, through AI-powered personalization, changes the products a user will see based on their behavior. Qubit announced the exclusive beta for Qubit Aura in July, and have been working with twenty businesses, including Diane von FurstenbergWolf & Badger, and ColourPop, to make iterations to the product ahead of today’s global launch. Watch the video here.

“Personalization starts with product discovery, and the results from our beta program prove that if you can increase product discoverability, you can increase your revenue,” said Graham Cooke, CEO of Qubit. “Ecommerce companies can maintain relevance and differentiate from giants like Amazon with a focus on increased product discoverability. For businesses looking to be customer-centric with personalization, Qubit Aura is a tangible, straightforward, quick to implement, and unique experience for every single visitor.”

“Mobile is where we continue to see traffic growth, but in terms of revenue versus desktop it’s not equal. Fifty percent of our traffic is nowhere near half of our revenue,” said Felipe Araujo, Head of Ecommerce at Diane von Furstenberg. “The challenge for ecommerce brands is to bridge the discovery that happens on Instagram, and similar tools, and make this discovery phase become native and within our walls. Qubit Aura provides a seamless transition between discovery and shopping on mobile web, and we’re delighted to see positive uplifts already.”

With multiple patents pending, the product is powered by Qubit’s award winning personalization platform. By tapping the Qubit Aura icon, users surface a layer over the existing mobile site, with the ability to seamlessly switch between discovery, browsing, and purchasing. The solution creates an integrated discovery environment which brings together a user's behavior with programmatic experiences, like social proof and product recommendations. Machine learning and event level data collection organizes products based on every unique visitors’ interests with a UX specifically developed to help overcome the limitations of a small screen. This means that, although two visitors start seeing the same experience, Qubit Aura quickly adapts, providing them with real-time individualized experiences based on their actions and predicted tastes.

Qubit have analyzed data across 35 fashion and cosmetics brands since January 2017, and spotted trends in consumer behavior when comparing desktop and mobile:

1 - Traffic to each channel is about the same: 45.87% on desktop vs 44.7% on mobile

2 - Conversion rates on desktop are more than double that of mobile: 3.35% on desktop vs. 1.61% on mobile

3- Revenue per visitor (RPV) is also more than double on desktop: $8.01 on desktop vs. $3.49 on mobile

4 - The average number of products viewed per customer is far higher on desktop: 17.99 on desktop vs. 13.65 on mobile

Currently, most customers use search or a traditional hamburger menu as the way to discover a brand’s product catalog of thousands. Coupled with the small screen, brands face a real challenge when it comes to increasing the conversion rates and RPV in mobile, especially when traffic to each channel is the same. At the same time social networks, like Instagram and Pinterest, are extending their influence on the customer journey. These platforms are pursuing ecommerce strategies for future growth as consumers increasingly discover new product lines, and competitors, on these networks.

“We have over 30,000 products on our site, therefore discoverability is a challenge we're constantly working to improve,” said Emily Cuthbert, Product Manager at Wolf & Badger. “With this mobile personalization solution, Qubit directly addresses the problem, by giving users a personalized selection of products and categories from across our entire product catalogue, tailored exactly to the user. We’re currently seeing conversion rate uplifts of 3.6% on mobile after the implementation of Qubit Aura.”

“Qubit Aura is an industry-first which tackles the challenge of discoverability on mobile web,” continued Cooke. “In the same way Netflix tailors the experience to each and every user based on their watching habits, and Spotify curates playlists for your listening habits, Qubit Aura does the same for ecommerce; no two experiences are the same. Mobile web is a much unloved, and underutilized sales channel, but Qubit Aura puts it right back in focus. We’re very excited to already be working with brands like ColourPop, Diane von Furstenberg, and Wolf & Badger, where Qubit Aura is already proving to be a true revenue driver for their business.”  

Qubit Aura will be widely available from today. Visit Qubit at WIRED Retail 2017 in London to learn more about the solution and the wider Qubit personalization platform. Graham Cooke will be speaking alongside Nate Dierks, Director of Technology at ColourPop and George Graham, CEO and Co-Founder of Wolf & Badger.

Qubit Named ‘Rising Star’ in CRM Magazine’s 2017 Market Awards

Posted on: septembre 28th, 2017 by admin

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Qubit Named ‘Rising Star’ in CRM Magazine’s 2017 Market Awards

28th Sep 2017

Personalization innovator honored for helping online businesses deliver better experience and increasing customer engagement, loyalty and revenues

[LONDON – 28 September 2017]  —  Qubit, the leader in delivering highly persuasive personalization at scale, announced today that the companyhas been named a "Rising Star" in the 16th annual CRM Market Awards. CRM's Rising Star awards competition highlights companies that are working overtime to launch new technologies, forge new alliances, and provide the diverse products and services that keep the CRM industry vibrant and humming. As a 2017 Rising Star, Qubit is being recognized for the company's achievements over the past 12 months in "transform[ing] the process of website optimization and personalization," including its practical application of AI in conducting personalization at scale across desktop and mobile environments.  

"We thank CRM magazine for recognizing Qubit for our innovative and effective approach to personalization," said Graham Cooke,  CEO at Qubit.  "As more ecommerce businesses realize that their success depends on using the right digital strategies to reach, attain and retain customers, they’ll be able to effectively utilize their marketing budget to meet business goals while competing head-to-head with much larger companies. With more than 5,300 marketing technology vendors vying for space in the martech stack, being chosen by the editors of CRM magazine as a 2017 Rising Star makes the award that much more impressive."

The Rising Star awards are a segment of a larger annual CRM Market Awards competition which evaluates market leaders across a variety of categories in the CRM industry. The CRM Market Awards acknowledge leading CRM vendors, influential leaders, rising stars, and elite practitioners. Some categories are judged by CRM editorial staff while others are evaluated by analysts/industry luminaries from organizations such as Forrester, Gartner, Constellation Research, Hypatia Research, Nucleus Research, Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA), and more. CRM's editorial staff nominates and selects all Rising Star winners, thereby making this an editors' choice style award.

"As in years past, the Rising Stars that we have named as part of our 2017 Market Awards are forward-thinking, innovative companies that have worked overtime in the past year to advance the profile of the entire CRM industry," said Leonard Klie, editor of CRM magazine. "Qubit is just one such company, having made tremendous advances in the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning as a marketing tool capable of providing true personalization at scale. That is what really impressed our editors about Qubit and why it is such a deserving candidate for this year's award."

Qubit Pledges Full Support to Mimi Anderson in World Record Run Across the United States

Posted on: septembre 26th, 2017 by admin

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Qubit Pledges Full Support to Mimi Anderson in World Record Run Across the United States

26th Sep 2017

2,850 mile journey across America in latest attempt to break new records

[LONDON - 25 September 2017] - Qubit, the leader in delivering highly persuasive personalization at scale, announced today the company's support for endurance runner Mimi Anderson in her attempt to break a new world record for running across the United States.

The attempt started at 6am on the morning of the 7th September from the steps of Los Angeles City Hall and Anderson will endeavor to reach New York in approximately 53 days. In order to achieve the world record, she needs to beat the previous one set in 1979 of 69 days, 2 hours and 40 minutes, and with 2,850 miles in front of Anderson, it will mean having to complete nearly two marathons a day. Anderson will be raising awareness and money for two charities:

  • Free To Run - an organization that uses the power of sports to help women and girls overcome the harmful effects of conflict and discrimination

  • Marie Curie - an organization that provides care and support for people living with any terminal illness, and their families.  

“When we heard about what Mimi was looking to achieve we had to put our full support behind her, we’re incredibly proud to be with her on this journey across the United States, raising awareness and money for two worthy causes, Free to Run and Marie Curie,” said Graham Cooke, CEO of Qubit. “The company will be following her entire trip and will be ready to welcome her not a stone's throw away from our New York office at the City Hall steps in a few weeks time.”  

“When we heard about what Mimi was looking to achieve we had to put our full support behind her, we’re incredibly proud to be with her on this journey across the United States, raising awareness and money for two worthy causes, Free to Run and Marie Curie,” said Graham Cooke, CEO of Qubit. “The company is enthusiastically following her entire trip and will be ready to welcome Mimi in a few weeks time on the steps of City Hall in New York.”  

"It's absolutely fantastic to have the support from a tech startup like Qubit. We seem to be on a very similar journey... British born and racing across the United States,” said Mimi Anderson. “The Qubit team really understood the importance of what my team and I are trying to achieve with this race. I'm delighted to partner with them and I look forward to seeing everyone at Qubit after the race!"

You can follow Anderson’s journey at http://www.mimirunsusa.com/ where you’ll be able to track her progress, donate, or even have the opportunity to run with her at various points along the journey.

Qubit Announces Key Appointments to Support Ambitious Growth Plans

Posted on: septembre 20th, 2017 by admin

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Qubit Announces Key Appointments to Support Ambitious Growth Plans

20th Sep 2017

New Chief Revenue Officer and Chief Marketing Officer Join the Leadership Team

[LONDON] - [September 20th 2017] - Qubit, the leader in marketing personalization technology, has announced the appointment of Joe Smith as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) and Leah Anathan as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). Formerly the General Manager for Qubit’s European operations, Joe Smith will be responsible for global revenue, global go-to-market strategy, and customer growth. Leah Anathan will lead Qubit’s global marketing program and teams. These new executive appointments come as Qubit is accelerating growth and opening new offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Hamburg and Barcelona.

“Businesses are facing a constant challenge to win and retain customers online,” said Smith. “We’re providing the personalization platform that companies like Emirates, Ubisoft, Ladbrokes Coral Group, Arcadia, and NET-A-PORTER use to power relevant and timely experiences for their site visitors. We’re working every day to help them be more competitive and successful. It’s a very exciting opportunity.”

Leah Anathan was previously the CMO at PrestaShop, an industry leader in open source software for ecommerce. During her tenure, the company launched an award-winning rebrand, a new Paris headquarters, rolled out marketing programs in 40 countries, and increased active users by more than 50 percent.

“As a CMO, I know that marketing personalization technology can be a game-changer for large ecommerce sites,” said Anathan. Qubit is a clear leader and I look forward to helping this innovative company grow their brand around the world. I’m absolutely delighted to be part of the Qubit team.”

“Qubit is continuing to expand throughout Europe and the U.S. as ecommerce businesses recognize that marketing personalization is now a must-have,” said Graham Cooke, CEO of Qubit. “Joe and Leah bring tremendous strategic and operational experience that will help take our business to a whole new level. I’m delighted to have them on the team."

Qubit is currently hiring in multiple locations including San Francisco, New York City, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Hamburg, Lahore, and Barcelona.

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Qubit To Power British Heart Foundation’s Journey To Personalisation

Posted on: août 23rd, 2017 by admin

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Qubit To Power British Heart Foundation’s Journey To Personalisation

23rd Août 2017

The British Heart Foundation, the single biggest funder of cardiovascular research in the UK, has chosen Qubit, the leader in delivering highly persuasive personalisation at scale, to provide a more personalised experience for their website visitors.

The charity will use Qubit’s technology to drive volunteer sign ups, increase donations, and make it easier for visitors to access the right content. This will include tailoring the website’s wealth of online resources and information to the needs of each visitor, ensuring they can find what they need more quickly - whether they be patients, carers, relatives or researchers.

Qubit will provide the British Heart Foundation with a deeper understanding of the behaviour and preferences of their online visitors to dramatically improve how the charity engages over the internet. The charity will also be able to highlight nearby volunteering opportunities, fundraising initiatives and events in order to increase sign-up rates and registrations.

“Using the Qubit platform, the British Heart Foundation will be able to understand and influence their visitor behaviour at scale,” said Graham Cooke, CEO of Qubit. “By providing relevant interactions online, the company will be able to directly point visitors to initiatives that are of interest to them. The British Heart Foundation carries out tremendous work across the country, and Qubit is delighted to help this fantastic charity in how they’re showcasing their endeavours to an online audience.”

“The Third Sector can never afford to fall behind when interacting with prospective donors or volunteers,” said Chris Thorn, Director of Digital & Customer Experience, British Heart Foundation. “The British Heart Foundation has made a continued effort to enhance our digital offer. Harnessing Qubit’s technology will allow us to deliver the same sophisticated experience shoppers are used to on retail websites. Understanding the behaviour and needs of our online visitors will also provide us with the opportunity to engage a new generation of volunteers, and continue our great fundraising work in the offline world.”

Carpetright Partners with Qubit To Drive In-Store Sales With Online Personalisation

Posted on: août 10th, 2017 by admin

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Carpetright Partners with Qubit To Drive In-Store Sales With Online Personalisation

10th Août 2017

European retail leader will prioritise customer experience for their online store

Carpetright, UK’s leading flooring and beds retailer, has partnered with Qubit, a leader in marketing personalisation technology, to help drive in-store sales through tailored online experiences. The company is now prioritising online personalisation; recognising that the path to purchase often starts long before a customer walks into a store. Carpetright trade from 434 stores and concessions in the UK as well as 137 stores across Holland, Belgium and the Republic of Ireland.

The partnership follows a marked increase in online activity for Carpetright, which saw online sales rise by 74%, and website traffic increase by 40%, in the last year alone. Following a 12 month rebranding process, Carpetright’s website has been identified as a key growth area. Qubit’s technology will be used to deliver tailored, personalised online experiences with two main goals, firstly to drive customers into physical shops to complete their purchases, and secondly to increase sales through the website.  

Qubit will harness customer behaviour and intent data to divide customers into segments, which can then be targeted with product recommendations, relevant and timely deals, as well as driving customers towards their local Carpetright store. High value segments will receive specifically tailored experiences, for example, landlords will be targeted with suggestions and deals on affordable, durable floor coverings, while new homeowners will receive recommendations on a range of samples that can be delivered on demand, ahead of a visit to a shop.

Mike Traill, Head of Digital at Carpetright said: “Online has become an essential part of the customer journey at Carpetright as we focus on customer experience driven sales. If a website visitor doesn’t convert, it’s likely that we’ve lost them. This means we need to provide visitors experiences that engage them, like the opportunity to conduct pre-purchase research on ranges, as well as requesting samples. By partnering with Qubit we’ll provide an online experience which can be personalised to each visitor every time they visit.”

“Carpetright are really embracing new ways to bring customer centricity to the core of their business and recognise that tailored website experiences can drive both in store sales and online purchases” said Graham Cooke, CEO of Qubit. “Qubit have analysed billions of customer journeys, and have proved that employing the right techniques can add up to 6% to an organisation’s revenue. I’m delighted that Carpetright have chosen Qubit to deliver against their personalisation ambitions and strategy.”

“We’re delighted to partner with Carpetright as they create unique experiences for their online store that will drive more loyalty and revenue for the business,” said Graham Cooke, CEO of Qubit. “Our research has proven that the right personalisation techniques can add up to 6% uplift in revenue. Their online store is a major growth engine for the business so we look forward to helping Carpetright implement their personalisation strategy, and meet their goals.”

Founded in 1988, Carpetright has become the most recognised floor covering provider in the UK, servicing a market estimated to be worth approximately £2.1bn per annum.

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Joe Browns and Qubit Taking Customer-Centricity to the Next Level

Posted on: août 8th, 2017 by admin

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Joe Browns and Qubit Taking Customer-Centricity to the Next Level

8th Août 2017

Joe Browns, the UK-based men’s and womenswear lifestyle brand, has revealed substantial incremental return on investment thanks to its growing relationship with Qubit, the market leader in personalization technology.

Joe Browns have been working with Qubit since 2016 and thanks to its unique platform, have been able to quickly evaluate a multitude of different online customer experiences without making upfront and costly changes to the site. Having enjoyed conversion uplifts of up to 5%, they’re now ready to roll out structural changes on the site.  Joe Browns’ ecommerce team will move to a second phase of experience design and delivery in the autumn that includes the development of an online segmentation and personalization strategy.

“With Qubit we’ve been able to test the best ways of creating more relevant and rewarding experiences for our customers,” said Simon Lewis, Head of E-commerce at Joe Browns. “Now we’re developing a segmentation and personalization strategy to drive customer loyalty, and create a truly engaging and relevant experience, no matter who you are or what you are looking for on the site.  Broad-stroke optimisation to every visitor is not where we see the future, we need to be smarter in the ways we engage different segments of customers.”

Joe Browns has also been ramping up its digital investment as part of its plans for international expansion and ahead of opening its first retail store later in the year. They have recognized the need to develop the customer experiences they’ve already created, and have a personalization strategy that can tailor to each visitor. Internationally, each market will have different requirements for personalization, and Qubit acts as a solution that can scale and flex to these requirements.

“Accompanying Joe Browns on their personalization journey as they grow internationally is something Qubit is really looking forward to,” said Graham Cooke, CEO of Qubit. “The Qubit platform will continue to enable them to be more competitive, help them achieve their business goals, and give the team an even better understanding of their visitors. Personalization is key to being a customer-centric business and I’m delighted they’ve already seen substantial ROI with our technology.”

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Qubit Announces Exclusive Beta of AI-powered Solution to Change the Mobile Commerce Game

Posted on: juillet 11th, 2017 by admin

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Qubit Announces Exclusive Beta of AI-powered Solution to Change the Mobile Commerce Game

11th Juil 2017

New innovation tackles the challenges of product discovery on mobile

[SAN FRANCISCO] -- [JULY 11, 2017] - Qubit, the leader in marketing personalization technology, today announced that the company is developing a new AI-powered solution for mobile commerce that will change how consumers discover the product catalog from retailerson mobile devices.Currently in development, and the focus of an exclusive beta program, the new technology is designed to create an app-like experience that revolutionizes how visitors discover and browse on mobile websites. Qubit is demonstrating the product at MobileBeat 2017 in San Francisco. Felipe Araujo, Director of Ecommerce at fashion brand, Diane von Furstenberg, and Qubit CEO Graham Cooke, will be on stage to talk about the challenges and opportunities of product discovery in mobile commerce.

“People are spending more time than ever before discovering products on social networks, but they’re mostly browsing, and not buying,” said Qubit CEO Graham Cooke. “Conversely, people go to a mobile store to find a specific product, but they only discover a fraction of the catalog due to the limitations of the screen, site navigation, and search. Using Qubit’s AI and personalization platform we’re going to transform the way product discovery is happening on mobile stores.”

Most mobile commerce sites currently solve product discovery through search, emulating the success of ecommerce giant Amazon. This tactic works for visitors who have an idea of what they’re looking for, but limits the scope of products that can be seen. Social media networks have long been the leaders in content and media discovery and are now extending that influence to products. However, ecommerce sites are reluctant to cede control over the brand experience to social media networks.

“It’s clear that the dynamics on mobile web are unique,” said Simon Jaffery, product director at Qubit. “People are enticed by the immersive product discovery that they see on Instagram and Pinterest. We believe that retail brands who can offer this type of inspiration, and enhance it with AI on their mobile web stores will ultimately be more competitive. Our alpha testing for our new product was a great success, and opening the exclusive beta is the next step. Our goal is to expand the horizon of mobile web commerce so consumers are inspired to discover more products directly from retail brands, and ecommerce teams see stronger results on mobile.”

Building upon Qubit’s award-winning personalization platform, the new mobile innovation in development has been designed with a mobile-first approach and AI-driven UX. It includes predicted category preferences, discovery-led feeds, context messaging on each product, andthe capability to surface relevant products and categories that adapt as the customer engages further. Effective tactics such as social proof messaging and urgency are deployed alongside each product to increase confidence and provide the customer with additional context.

“We have over 30,000 products on our site, therefore discoverability is a challenge we're constantly working to improve,” said Alex Crawley, CTO at Wolf & Badger. “With this mobile personalization solution, Qubit directly addresses the problem, by giving users a personalized selection of products and categories from across our entire product catalogue, tailored exactly to the user. We’re already seeing thatincreases in engagement can impact revenue.”

Graham Cooke will be on stage at MobileBeat today at 10:25am PT to discuss challenges and opportunities with product discovery in mobile commerce.

Qubit’s AI-powered solution for mobile commerce will be widely available in the fall of 2017. Visit Qubit at MobileBeat to learn more about the Qubit platform and the exclusive beta program.

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