The shopping list 2.0 revolutionizes the purchasing process
Tiendeo launches a new feature in their mobile app which allows UK customers to buy in-store more efficiently
This new tool allows users to create personalised virtual shopping list with clippings of the best deals from the catalogues of their favourite retailers
July 2016. Tiendeo, the leading platform for online catalogues and offers, has announced a new feature in their app. It consists of a shopping list 2.0 which each user can fill with offers and products from the brochures of the various shops and supermarkets that they find on the Tiendeo platform.
To this is also added a new feature for making clippings from catalogues, with which users can cut out a specific area of their favourite catalogue and the clipping will be added to their shopping list.
Thanks to this new tool, consumers can make a purchase more quickly on site, as well as ensuring that they always make the most of the best prices and deals.
Tiendeo is a Spanish start-up. Founded in 2011 with the objective of revolutionising the traditional mailshot and printed catalogues, Tiendeo aims to allow companies to widen their reach and communicate more efficiently with their target audience.
Following the success of the online platform, Tiendeo decided to break into the world of mobile by launching its app in April 2011, and since then it has clocked up a total of around 7 million downloads. The application offers consumers the chance to plan their every-day purchases in a simple way. Also, thanks to the geolocalisation technology, users can find all the latest information on stores and establishments in their area.
“This new feature of our mobile app is a further step to facilitate the planning of purchases for consumers. We are confident it will receive a great reception from our users, allowing them to choose whatever they want to buy and classifying it as they wish within this virtual shopping list. Even better, they will always have this virtual shopping list in their pocket, which means purchasing in-store is faster and they can find exactly what they’re looking for” says Eva Martin, CEO of Tiendeo.
Eva also added: “We will continue to listen to the opinions and needs of consumers and work every day to improve and further facilitate their buying process”.