Mobile shopping solutions provider AIRTAG has announced that its AIRSHOP advanced ordering & payment solution has been integrated with Magento; the eBay owned open source e-commerce platform used by more than 150,000 retailers..
As a resuly, retailers currently using Magento for their e-commerce sites can easily transition to mobile commerce and offer consumers a multi-channel experience that includes mobile, web, and tablet applications. Forrester Research predicts that by 2017, half of all mobile internet users will be mobile retail buyers, meaning that retailers must start to develop a mobilized and multi-channel strategy.
“Magento, is the most widely used e-commerce platform,” said Jérémie Leroyer CEO & Co-founder of AIRTAG. “For all retailers starting to think about how they are going to go mobile, we have created a solution that significantly eases the transition to digital commerce, without sacrificing the user experience.”
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