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How Consumer Behaviors Have Influenced Contactless Commerce

Contactless commerce had been on retailers’ minds prior to the pandemic, but amid shutdowns and high demand, many retailers moved quickly from idea to implementation. While using contactless commerce was a necessity for retailers in 2020, it has remained a priority for consumers into 2021, based on these stats from consumer surveys. For a closer look at how one retailer pivoted during the pandemic to bolster his contactless commerce options, click here.

Penchant for Purchasing

  • 80 percent of respondents used contactless payments in the previous 12 months
  • 75 percent of respondents have used buy online, pickup in store at least once
  • 67 percent of retailers offer some form of contactless payment
  • 57 percent of respondents are more likely to purchase from a company that offers a contactless payment option
  • 44 percent of respondents are more likely to use contactless payments in the next 12 months

Sources: Raydiant, State of Contactless Payments 2021 Report and The State of BOPIS Report 2021 and National Retail Federation, 2020 State of Retail Payments

About Hans Cummings

Hans Cummings
Born in Indiana and raised in Indiana, Germany and Virginia, Hans has worked for NRHA since 2001. He has a B.A. in English from Indiana University and is a published fantasy and science-fiction author. His hobbies include cooking, especially smoking meats, tabletop and video games and supporting space sciences and science education.

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