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Wo Etiketten den Unterschied machen: Carrefour und Pricer
Carrefour, seit 20 Jahren Kunde von Pricer und einer der größten Einzelhändler Europas, hat kürzlich sein Vertrauen in Pricer als exklusiven Lieferanten elektronischer Regaletiketten (ESLs) erneuert und die Beziehung um drei Jahre verlängert. VIDEO ANSEHEN In diesem Video zeigt Miguel González, Global Chief ofTechnology, Data Officer sowie zuständig für die digitale Transformation bei Carrefour, ...
Electronic Shelf Labels: A digital solution that optimizes all systems
Charles Jackson, Head of Americas region at Pricer, has together with JRTech Solutions' President and CEO Diego Mazzone delivered an interview for the Home Improvement Retailing Magazine to explain electronic shelf labels advantages and how Pricer technology is revolutionizing the retail industry.
Meet Magnus Larsson – new President and CEO of Pricer
After having served as acting CEO, Magnus Larsson has now been appointed President and CEO of Pricer. In this interview, he talks about his plans for the company, the high-set targets, and the future of the retail tech market.
Why do it yourself?
As evidence emerges of the DIY boom now starting to fall back, retailers will have to work even harder to communicate their offer to customers.
Weather report – the ESL storm is coming
From the start, a perfect storm referred to meteorological events aggravated by rare combinations of circumstances. The first reference to it was published back in the year 1718, but in modern times it has been used more frequently to describe the events such as the financial crisis of 2007-2008.
52% of UK grocers can’t currently return a profit from ecommerce orders fulfilled through the store, retailer research by Pricer shows
27% expect to return a profit from ecommerce orders fulfilled via bricks-and-mortar networks within a year 5% don’t expect ever to be able to achieve profitability with these types of orders 50% have looked at cost saving exercises elsewhere as they don’t make money on online orders fulfilled via the store
Smart ways for retailers to help reach global sustainability goal
Does it make sense to grow food cereals, fruits, and vegetables, raise cattle, or spend resources on food production and transportation, just to throw one-third away? Often, we don’t realize the negative impact of food waste on the environment and climate change. By joining forces we can all contribute to minimizing food waste at all levels. Here are some ideas on how retailers can contribute.
Stock proves top challenge for driving in-store efficiencies, retailer research by Pricer shows
Stock is the number one challenge facing retailers in their bricks-and-mortar stores estates, with both stock availability and replenishment capabilities hampering retailers’ efforts to drive efficiency and deliver customer experience in the store, the latest research from Pricer shows.
The battle for the hearts and minds of the customer
Advising retailers to go for margin growth in the current crisis would be foolish given how many barriers are involved – inflation, wage rises, supply chain disruptions, falling consumer confidence. The focus therefore can only really be on margin protection, but without losing market share, brand equity and most importantly, customer loyalty.
5 reasons to love your ESLs
Many retailers are struggling to recruit enough store associates to keep store operations and new services running. At the same time, many are battling price hikes in products across the range as well as simultaneously trying to fix a broken supply chain. No wonder there is so much love for electronic shelf labels (ESLs) and if you missed the love fest, don’t worry, here we outline some reasons ...
Pricer research examines pressures on stores to drive digitisation
The squeeze on stores, which is putting pressure on bricks and mortar estates to perform more digital roles and support e-commerce operations, is accelerating UK retailers’ investment in digitalising their physical locations, with autonomous, replenishment and contact free capabilities becoming prioritised on tech roadmaps, according to research from Pricer.