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According to the Associated Press, the Seattle-based coffee chain is pushing to get more use out of its mobile app. After announcing that it will let customers place orders ahead of time on their phones by 2015, the company decided to take things one step further this week.
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Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz announced these big plans at the company's quarterly earnings conference call as a step toward changing customer habits.
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According to NBC, this move comes at a time when consumers are leaning toward shopping online more and in stores less.
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As part of a push to expand into e-commerce, Starbucks recently announced that it will begin delivering coffee and food in 2015. The coffee chain has seen success with its mobile payment app, and now it plans to make obtaining that cup of joe even easier with this new mobile-focused initiative, as reported by The Verge.
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