67% of Consumers are Likely to Shop with a Retailer that Offers Mobile Coupons, According to New BRP Report

Only 40% of Retailers Indicate that Offering Coupons/Discounts is a Key Feature to Offer on their Mobile App/Website

Boston, MA – May 20, 2019– The proliferation and convenience of mobile devices has completely changed shopping behaviors and elevated customer expectations. Mobile shopping will continue to grow as 41% of consumers in the BRP Consumer Study[1]indicate they plan to increase their shopping frequency on a phone or tablet in the next 24 months. Shopping via a phone is just one way that mobile solutions are becoming more pervasive, as many consumers use their mobile devices as a research tool throughout the shopping journey. In fact, 34% use their phone while in a store to compare prices and 28% look for offers/coupons.

Providing information to consumers via their mobile devices assists customers as they research and shop. According to BRP’s SPECIAL REPORT: The Mobilization of Retail, retailers indicate the following are key mobile app/website features: item availability (53%), product information (51%) and coupons and discounts (40%), which all help consumers make better choices and provide incentives to purchase from the brand.

“A retailer’s mobile capabilities can be a major driver for where a consumer chooses to shop,” said Marty Whitmore, senior vice president and practice lead at BRP. “With 67% of consumers choosing a store based on the availability of mobile coupons and 64% choosing a store based on product information availability via a mobile device, these are essential mobile capabilities for retailers.”

BRP’s SPECIAL REPORT: The Mobilization of Retail is based on findings from the BRP Consumer Study and the 2019 Unified Commerce Survey and offers insights into the state of retailers’ current mobile capabilities and their future plans. The SPECIAL REPORT: The Mobilization of Retail highlights:

Mobile Shopping

  • 41% of consumers plan to increase their shopping frequency on their phone or tablet within two years
  • 41% of retailers plan to improve the mobile shopping experience to ensure they are meeting their customers’ expectations

Mobile Coupons

  • 67% of consumers are likely to shop with a retailer that offers mobile coupons instead of one that doesn’t offer them
  • 40% of retailers indicate that offering coupons/ discounts is a key feature to offer on their mobile app/website

Mobile Identification

  • 39% of consumers are comfortable with mobile identification when they walk in the store to personalize the experience
  • 61% of retailers plan to identify customers when they walk in the store using their mobile device and WiFi

To download the complete Special Report: The Mobilization of Retail, visit:


The special report’s platinum sponsors are enVista and Kibo and the gold sponsors are Aptos, ECRS and Fujitsu, LS Retail, and PCMS.

About BRP

BRP is an innovative retail consulting firm dedicated to providing superior service and enduring value to our clients. BRP combines its consultants’ deep retail business knowledge and cross-functional capabilities to deliver superior design and implementation of strategy, technology, and process solutions. The firm’s unique combination of industry focus, knowledge-based approach, and rapid, end-to-end solution deployment helps clients to achieve their business potential. BRP’s consulting services include:

Strategy | Business Intelligence | Business Process Optimization | Point of Sale (POS)
Mobile POS | Payment Security | E-Commerce | Store Systems and Operations | CRM
Unified Commerce | Customer Experience | Order Management | Networks
Merchandise Management | Supply Chain | Private Equity

For more information on BRP, visit http://www.brpconsulting.com.

[1]2019 Consumer Shopping Habits – The Generation Gap, April 16, 2019, https://brpconsulting.com/download/2019-consumer-shopping-survey/

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