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Reta Award 2024: The best retail technology solutions

The atmosphere was excellent last night at Dr Thompson’s Seifenfabrik in Düsseldorf: Top IT managers from Edeka Group, Tegut, Rewe Group, Schwarz Group, Douglas, Benetton and many more had every reason to celebrate with their technology providers. Yesterday, EHI Retail Institute honoured the winners of the Retail Technology Awards Reta for the 17th time as part of Eurocis 2024. The…

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Gebr. Heinemann implements mobile checkouts with Snabble in further stores

The travel retail specialist Gebr. Heinemann wants to introduce mobile checkouts with Snabble further locations. At Vienna Airport, the company had successfully tested the solution, which runs on employees’ standard Android devices, and is now using it there in regular operation.

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dm brings self-checkouts to around 100 German stores

dm Drogeriemarkt is currently testing self-checkouts from Pan Oston in four selected stores in Germany. At the self-checkouts, customers can only pay with credit or giro cards. The Karlsruhe-based company confirmed to Retail Optimser that around 100 more dm stores in Germany will also be equipped with self-checkouts this summer.

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Reta Award 2021: These are the best retail technology projects

A nine-member independent jury has selected this year's winners of the Reta Awards on behalf of the EHI Retail Institute. Winners in five categories include retail companies such as E.Leclerc, Edeka, Fressnapf, Ikea, Rewe, Salling Group and Tegut.

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Edeka app with new functions to become Group standard

Edeka group has added essential functions to its app and thus created a uniform solution for its regional entities. Customers can now use the app to collect points, pay and register their purchases via Scan & Go function in selected stores.

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Tegut tests mini format without staff presence with Wanzl, Snabble and Pan Oston

In a pilot store, Tegut is testing to sell an assortement of 800 articles around the clock. The subsidiary of Migros Zurich relies on solutions from Wanzl, Snabble and Pan Oston in its T-Box for access control, self-scanning, anti-theft protection and check-out. Further stores are planned for autumn.

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