These are the articles on retail systems that you liked over the past seven days, including Tesco Whoosh, Glovo, and Carrefour UAE.
Tesco is moving on-demand grocery delivery with the Whoosh service
Tesco is testing a new fast delivery service, Whoosh, at an Express store in Wolverhampton.
Glovo acquires the Delivery Hero brands of Central and Eastern Europe
Spanish q-commerce start-up Glovo has announced an agreement with online food delivery company Delivery Hero to acquire some of its companies in Central and Eastern Europe.
Majid Al Futtaim deploys the online solution Carrefour UAE AdTech
Majid Al Futtaim has implemented a new advertising technology in its Carrefour business in the UAE.
It states that, as a result, customers of websites and smartphone apps will receive the most relevant and attractive advertised promotions.
In addition, end-to-end monitoring, measurement and reporting tools and metrics enable participating vendors to better understand individual consumer interactions.
Autonomous retail tech startup Sensei opens store with Sonae
Lisbon start-up Sensei has announced the opening of its first independent store to the public, in partnership with Portuguese retailer Sonae.
This decision closely follows a $ 6.5 million seed fundraising fundraiser.
Pret A Manger calls on Tech Mahindra to drive digital transformation
Take-out food retailer Pret A Manger has chosen Tech Mahindra as its technology and digital transformation partner.
Lifvs unmanned grocery chain deploys Pricer ESL solution
European unmanned grocery store company Lifvs chose Pricer’s Electronic Labeling Solution (ESL) for unmanned pricing.
Delivering an even greener e-commerce in a challenging retail environment
By Jason Tavaria, CEO, InPost
IARD launches standards for the sale and delivery of alcohol online
The International Alliance for Responsible Drinking (IARD) has launched a new set of global standards to help prevent online sales and delivery of alcohol to minors and reduce harmful alcohol consumption.
Morrisons under fire after abruptly ending 10% reduction for teachers
Morrisons has been accused of poor communications and underhanded tactics after causing a coronavirus outbreak linked to a 10% reduction in teachers and school staff.
Cadbury’s #ForTheLoveOfChocolate campaign supports local retailers
Cadbury worked with VCCP on launching a campaign, #ForTheLoveOfChocolate, which calls on Britons to support street chocolate shops during the coronavirus outbreak.
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