Increased revenue (purchase event)
Increased unique visitors
Company name: Cheil
Location: London, United Kingdom
Main challenge: Shopping cart abandonment efficiency
Technology used: Adobe Target
The collaboration between Sogody and Cheil – a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, is an example of data-driven experiences in a digital world. Being in charge of the Martech Solutions and the Experience Optimisation Framework created for Samsung, Cheil built the working ground with Sogody upon dividing the personalization and optimization process into several steps, from discovering digital transformation opportunities to implementing them. Our team was instrumental in supporting the technical aspects of testing a hypothesis aimed to optimize user experience for prospective, yet undecided customers of Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G.
A challenge that a lot of e-commerce websites constantly face is visitors who initiate the online purchase process, such as by adding an item to the basket, yet decide not to go through with it. Samsung faced a similar problem, whereby the number of cart abandoners for this specific product was significantly high, while at the same time their return rate to the website within a couple of days remained pretty significant as well. This return rate points to a high affinity of these visitors with the Samsung brand, something which prompted an analysis of the issues leading to them abandoning the purchase process.
Our team was key in the development of a unique digital experience to address shopping cart abandonment by reminding the customer about the abandoned items in their cart, while at the same time highlighting key unique selling points that might have been missed during the initial journey, and finally complementing this with dynamic and positive reviews of the product, to further support their appeal of the product.
Using Adobe Target, our team developed an A/B test that targeted return visitors that added a Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G in the cart but did not go through with the purchase. As visitors returned to the site, they were presented with a personalised banner highlighting the abandoned product details, some unique selling points, and a quick shortcut to complete the purchase. The main objective of this experiment was to increase the conversion of visitors based on two primary metrics: Revenue (purchase event) and Unique Visits to the cart page. The experiment was rolled out on several Samsung European markets, while by the end of its lifetime, there was a noticeable and noteworthy uplift on both the aforementioned metrics
Increased revenue (purchase event) for 52.1% for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G campaign
Increased unique visitors up to 52.0%
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