How On-Demand Technologies Lead To A Culture Of Immediate Gratification
New technologies are working to give consumers the same pace in retail that they get on the rest of the web.
It's no secret that marketers and retailers have been on the age-old quest to unlock and control impulse purchasing behavior. As a result, many solutions have emerged reflecting their eagerness to funnel their purchase decisions as they take shape.
While EBay and Amazon make their investments in one-hour/same-day delivery services, brands like Mastercard and Giant Food Stores are capitalizing on the instant gratification factor through unique partnerships that unlock the convenience mobile devices afford. Such technologies are taking shape to enable customers to buy what they want on the spot, through media like a TV screen or even a print ad.