Dmall takes grocery orders online and employs workers who buy the items in supermarkets and delivery them quickly to consumers.
The struggle to understand why shoppers abandon their shopping carts continues. A new study shows that it's not the technology or the look of the site or the confusing array of buttons to push that cause shoppers not to complete a sale: It's that they forget their passwords. A survey of 4,000 online shoppers by BizRate.com, reveals that 91% forgot a password at a site with which they had previously registered. More than 40% of those who forgot their passwords chose not to re-register with that site. In addition, 57% of survey respondents have abandoned their shopping experiences online at least once due to password frustrations, resulting in more than a third returning to offline alternatives. At the same time it released the poll results, BizRate also introduced a product that it says eliminates forgotten passwords. BizRate's shopping toolbar on its shopping-portal site has an automatic form-filling feature that enables consumers to shop at more than 1,200 stores with just a single password.