Bolt, a leading checkout technology company, announced the launch of its latest omnichannel innovation, Checkout Links—an easy-to-set-up solution for retailers to enable their shoppers to check out with a single click across online and offline experiences.
REVOLVE will be one of the first retailers to use Checkout Links to enable a branded, one-click checkout, see now, buy now experience. At REVOLVE Gallery during Fashion Week in New York from September 9 to 11, Bolt will power checkout for REVOLVE, allowing shoppers to scan a QR code that immediately directs them to a pre-populated, REVOLVE-branded checkout page for a one-click purchase—resulting in higher conversion and reduced checkout friction.
Retailers can convert high-intent shoppers by using Checkout Links in brand-owned digital channels—such as emails, blog posts, and chat—enabling consumers to seamlessly complete their purchases. Checkout Links can also be used in physical formats such as IRL shops, interactive signs, trade shows, and events, where users can simply scan a QR code to purchase items in one click. If an item is out of stock in a particular size in-store, a shopper can scan a QR code on the item’s tag and be taken directly to the product page, where they can select their size and complete their purchase online.
“REVOLVE is committed to providing a best-in-class, seamless customer experience that always keeps our brand front and center,” said Mike Karanikolas, Co-CEO and Co-Founder of REVOLVE Group. “We chose Bolt’s Checkout Links because it allows us to extend our strong storefront presence with a solution that complements our established brand experience. It gives our customers an easy way to purchase items with one click from wherever they choose to engage with REVOLVE, online or offline.”
“REVOLVE has always been a digitally savvy retailer putting its customers at the heart of the brand,” said Maju Kuruvilla, CEO of Bolt. “We’re excited to launch Checkout Links to help REVOLVE strengthen its relationship with its shoppers and drive more revenue in the busy months ahead. It’s so important for all retailers to maximize conversion in every part of their omnichannel strategy.”