In the news release, Imagination Media will present new Magento solutions for contactless shopping and pick-up at Adobe Summit, issued 27-Apr-2021 by Imagination Media over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company of multiple changes that have been made to the headline and body of the release. The complete, corrected release follows:
Imagination Media will present new Adobe Commerce & Magento Open Source solutions for contactless shopping and pick-up at Adobe Summit
BOCA RATON, Fla., April 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Imagination Media, an e-commerce solutions provider and certified Adobe Silver Solution Partner, will present its new Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source based solution for contactless shopping and pick-up at Adobe Summit 2021, the digital experience conference.
2020 was a challenging year for all retail businesses. With different epidemiological measures in place, the direct in-store contact became less frequent, and customers demanded contactless payment and pick-up services. Imagination Media recognized the need of retailers to offer such services to their customers and developed an Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source based “Buy Online Pick Up In Store” solution.
“COVID-19 instilled lasting effects on consumer behavior and expectations. To meet our clients’ needs and help them remain competitive, we built a module for Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source merchants to compensate for the missing speed and convenience that Amazon-influenced customers expect.”
Ali Ahmed, CEO of Imagination Media
Imagination Media’s “Buy Online Pick Up In Store” solution is a Curbside Pick-up Module that enhances the Buy Online Pick Up In Store (BOPIS) functionality added in the Magento Commerce 2.4.1 release. It will support retailers that use Inventory Management (formerly Magento Multi-Source Inventory) and those that do not use Inventory Management. The module allows for modifying the Ready for Pick-up notification, which takes customers to a simplified form where they can input their car info, parking location, and requested pick-up time upon arrival at the retailer’s physical store. This will prompt the store to deliver the customer’s order to their vehicle at the curbside.
“According to a study from Adobe, curbside pick-up saw a 30 percent growth YoY on Cyber Monday. This is because, as retail stores started reopening, merchants have prioritized