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Pepco launches in Germany with SCOs from Diebold Nixdorf

Pepco has opened its first German store in Berlin. Customers can pay there at four Diebold Nixdorf self-checkouts. The textile and household goods discounter will open more locations in the east of the country this year.

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Gustoso Group selects Targomo to analyse location potential

Gustoso Group, one of the fastest growing branded restaurant operators in Germany, is supporting the expansion of business with new location intelligence technology from specialist Targomo. This is helping the company to efficiently identify the best locations for each of its restaurant brands Cotidiano, Ciao Bella, Ruff's Burger and Otto's Burger.

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Relex acquires promotion planning specialist Formulate

Relex Solutions has acquired Formulate, a Swedish promotion planning and analytics company. One of the joint users of Formulate and Relex is the Swedish Coop, whose Värmland region is one of Relex's early customers in the field of inventory optimisation, but also staff planning.

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Bayard launches product content platform Byrd

With Byrd, the Cologne-based product content specialists from Bayard have launched an integrated software platform for product data management that also facilitates work with the Global Data Synchronisation Network (GDSN). Already today, numerous retail companies such as the Schwarz Group, Migros and Colruyt, consumer goods manufacturers such as Danone, Radeberger Group and Cosnova, healthcare product providers such as Pajunk, Vygon…

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CMR robots push picking trolleys at Bilka

Danish Salling Group’s hypermarket banner operation Bilka will use 10 robots from start-up Coalescent Mobile Robotics (CMR) in its store in Odense to support its employees within time-consuming and physically demanding click and collect picking processes. In the future, robots will support and relieve staff by transporting trolleys from the warehouse to the store and vice versa.

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Tegut launches loyalty app Tebonus

Tegut has launched its new smartphone-based loyalty programme Tebonus this week. It replaces the regional grocery company's previous customer card Gute Karte. In the new loyalty app, customers can choose which products they want to score the most points with, thus providing the grocery retailer with valuable insights for shaping its assortment.

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Simple System optimises processes with Salesforce and CAS AG

The e-procurement specialists at Simple System have succeeded in digitalising their core business processes with Salesforce's Sales Cloud. With the help of CAS AG's consultants, they have implemented the CRM in a way that it gives them a comprehensive view not only of their customers, but also of their suppliers.

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Eurospar in Dublin goes colourful with SES Imagotag

A Eurospar supermarket in the Irish city of Dublin has become the first store in the world to use four-colour digital shelf labels from SES Imagotag. The eye-catching e-ink displays are designed to effectively draw attention to promotions and are part of a digital in-store communication concept.

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Coles Liquor automates replenishment with Relex

Coles Liquor, the spirits division of Australia's Coles Group is automating supplychain planning and replenishment with the Relex Living Retail platform. The move follows introduction of the system for fresh food one year ago.

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Spar International offers members new loyalty solution with Spaaza

Spar International is planning a new loyalty system on the platform of technology provider Spaaza Technologies. It is aimed to help Spar's independent country organisations develop modern, personalised marketing channels.

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