We are witnessing a remarkable impact on key performance indicators, such as website visits, average order value and total transactions with orders made with Apple gadgets.
London (PRWEB UK) 29 October 2011
121doc has seen orders for prescription medication by Apple users increase by 50% and its monthly revenue almost double over the course of six months. Apple’s iPhone and iPad, which are the two most frequently used devices for placing orders, are collectively responsible for the huge spike in figures this year.
A 121doc spokesman commented: “We are witnessing a remarkable impact on key performance indicators, such as website visits, average order value and total transactions with orders made with Apple gadgets… it is reassuring to us that our patients feel comfortable using our service on a mobile phone or tablet, and we expect this trend to advance as technology evolves.
“It is becoming abundantly clear that as more people lean towards using devices built for usability, buying products or services by way of a handheld device is perceived as a leisurely activity and an important part of people's lives.”
Such a significant transition may be also influenced by safety measures put in place to protect the user when buying prescription medication online. 121doc instils confidence in the consumer by making clear its website is safeguarded by global internet security tools, thereby eliminating any potential threat of identity theft or interaction with malicious viruses.
121doc is planning to further develop its mobile website to give patients using smartphones, androids and tablets a smarter, more convenient way to buy prescription medication online, at their convenience.
Leading UK online clinic 121doc has served thousands of patients since 2004. 121doc works with only registered doctors, licensed pharmacies, and provides round-the-clock customer service to ensure high quality private healthcare before, during and after treatment.
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