London, UK, 14th March 2018. Latest research from Poq, the UK’s leading app commerce platform, reveals how having a transactional app creates an additional 15% in revenue within the first year of launch and then accounts for the majority of mobile growth in the year of app launch.
The findings in the App Growth & Revenue Report dispel the myth that launching an app negatively impacts mobile website performance, in fact mobile web revenue continues to grow after the app launch.
Based on over 333m sessions and 160 users across retailer’s online channels (desktop, mobile web & app), this report aims to examine the value a retail app provides and invite others within the industry to do the same.
Michael Langguth Co-founder and COO at Poq explained that, ‘When looking at where mobile growth comes from, we saw that total mobile revenue grew by 70% year-over-year and 59% of this growth could be attributed to the launch of an app.’ He continues, ‘This tells us not only that apps contribute significant revenue but that mobile web revenue continues to grow despite app launch, which should offer reassurance to those concerned that adding an app would impact the performance of other channels. Apps create mobile Super Users that are key for future-proofing retail revenue.‘