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. To achieve this, solid in-store digital platforms are essential, platforms that steer customers and employees efficiently in real time. Let’s take a closer look…
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
Hardware retailers UNIMAT wanted to improve operations and ensure price accuracy in their growing DIY retail chain stores. Country: Canada Number of stores: Over 175 Number of labels per store: 15,000
Industrial company was looking for the best use of their office space in their newest office building in Singapore, to provide a more flexible work environment. Country: Singapore Number of labels: 1500 DotMatrix
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
Intermarché, the supermarket banner of the Groupement des Mousquetaires, is France’s largest food retailer, counted in a number of stores. France’s largest food retailer by a number of stores.
Japanese retailer Seven and I is one of the world’s leading retail chains and has been deploying infrared-based electronic shelf labels for many years. Among the group’s major banners that have deployed Pricer systems are Ito-Yokado, York Benimaru, Yorkmart, Seibu. Country: Japan Number of labels: 11 000 labels per store Store format: hypermarkets, supermarkets, convenience…