In September 2020, the American brand KitchenAid, known for its colourful kitchen appliances, implemented Alma, a new payment in instalments solution, on its French online shop. The outcome was so positive that the solution was then tested and deployed online in 4 other European countries.
Over the last seven years, KitchenAid upgraded its website and e-shop across all countries. As it did so, features like new payment methods appeared increasingly important. Noting that each country had a preferred payment system, KitchenAid wanted to :
Improve the e-shop’s conversion rate ;
Increase the average order value ;
Customise customer payment methods.
With initial results being particularly conclusive in France, KitchenAid decided to implement Alma in Belgium, The Netherlands, Austria and Germany. The brand chose payment in 3 instalments with no fee for the end customer. And it paid off: the average online order value has skyrocketed in all 4 countries!
All in all, this collaboration resulted in a 92% increase in global order value.
How was the solution rolled out in all 5 countries? How did the solution adapt to new customer habits, by offering popular payment methods? How is payment in instalments promoted by KitchenAid to maximise its impact?
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