To thrive under the pressure from e-commerce disruptors, brick-and-mortar stores need to offer new types of experiences and innovations. This means both in-store processes and in-store experiences need to be digitalized.
59 stores in France 9,000 m2 average store area 20,000 labels per store: mix of Continuum + DotMatrix Equipped in grocery, kitchenware, gardening, toys, multimedia and electronics areas
Auto & electronics manufacturer Bosch wanted to reduce errors in their production lines as much as possible in their MFM (Mini Factory Management) plant in Hungary. Country: Hungary Number of labels: 10 DotMatrix per production line
A postal service is nothing without logistics. The challenge: to guarantee on-time deliveries across the country at the lowest possible cost. Every single day. Country: Sweden Number of Sorting Terminals: 11 Number of labels per Terminal: 3,000 DotMatrix
E.Leclerc is a leading French independent hypermarket chain. Store format: hypermarket (large supermarket).
Significant reductions in price errors mean Metro has reduced complaints, saved the time and cost of investigating and correcting errors and improved customer relations.
Soriana is Mexico’s second largest food retail chain with more than 500 stores across the country. 500+ stores 2nd largest food retailer in Mexico 545+ million customers per year Number of labels: Close to 2 million installed