Website Functionality Benchmark 2010: European Apparel Multichannel Retailers
Forrester Applies Its Website Functionality Benchmark Methodology To The Sites Of Five Top Apparel Brands
February 8, 2011
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Forrester evaluated the transactional websites of five European apparel retailers — Zara, H&M, Promod, Miss Sixty, and Topshop — using our Website Functionality Benchmark methodology. The results: Zara led the pack, but the overall functionality experiences across the retailers earned poor scores as no retailer passed the test. Apparel retailers should support users with more efficient service content and functionality including ratings and reviews.
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Best Practice Assessments
- Forrester's Website Functionality Benchmark Criteria
- Results From Website Functionality Benchmark Of Five European Fashion Retailers
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Table of Contents
- Forrester's Website Functionality Benchmark Methodology
- European Apparel Websites' Functionality Is A Mixed Bag
- Deep Diving Into The Results Uncovers Pockets Of Excellence
- Apparel Retailers Have Room For Improvements
- Supplemental Material
- Related Research Documents