With more and more people shopping from the convenience of their tablets and smartphones and Google severely punishing the retailers whose sites are not mobile-friendly, investing into a fully responsive store-front of your brand must be a key priority
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 15, 2015
The world-class international lingerie brand Triumph enables its customers to shop from mobile and smart phone devices – making the user experience fully responsive in line with the latest web browsing technologies and user preferences. The new responsive design was created and then deployed by PulsarFour digital commerce agency, a development partner of Triumph International in Europe. The new store-front provides shoppers with all the rich features of the desktop version of the store, adapted for a specific tablet or smartphone device that a shopper is using.
The new store-fronts were rolled out in several markets, namely Germany, Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, the Netherlands, the UK and Sweden. For Triumph, such a step forward only follows the company’s continuous innovation and alignment with the evolving digital habits of its customers. More innovative features and functionality are in works for shoppers to experience soon.
Online sales as a channel has become a critical part of the world-class brands, and Triumph is continuously working on improving the consumer experience at all levels, including seamless customer service, both online and offline. “We are thrilled to be able to support Triumph in such a timely undertaking” – says Boris Sirota, PulsarFour’s European Managing Director; “With more and more people shopping from the convenience of their tablets and smartphone devices and Google severely punishing the retailers whose sites are not mobile-friendly in their pagerank algorithms, investing into a fully responsive store-front of your brand must be a key priority.”
PulsarFour is a digital commerce agency that designs, develops and supports enterprise-level e-commerce solutions for online retailers in the US and in Europe.