Retail Consumer Data:
Click and Collect
Consumers expect a high level of service from retailers when they go in-store, yet many retailers are failing to deliver a truly exceptional (or even just plain good) click and collect service. But what does ‘good’ mean?
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- What consumers expect from click and collect — is it a dedicated till, car park, or real-time updates?
- What frustrates consumers about available click and collect offerings?
- How click and collect can improve customer experience.
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About the findings
According to the research, which surveyed 2,000 adults in the UK, consumers are the most frustrated when:
- Items ordered for click and collect arrive late, or retailers only provide vague collection promises (65%)
- Long queues for collection (57%) or waiting in the wrong place for collection (52%)
- They are unable to retrieve order confirmation due to poor mobile signal in-store (38%)
- Click and collect is not an available delivery option for an online order (17%)
“52% of consumers have become frustrated waiting in the wrong place for collection. Make sure your collection point is clearly marked, both within any confirmation messages, and in-store signage.”
Ian Tomlinson, Customer-obsessed CEO, Cybertill