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First Swiss Teo runs fully on GK

Migros is testing the autonomous store concept Teo, which was developed by Tegut, in Bürglen in the Swiss canton of Thurgau since the end of last week. Different from Tegut's German Teos, Migros' uses its unified checkout software platform based on GK here, which also runs the retail group's self-scanning and self-checkout. Customers can scan and pay for their goods…

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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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Tegut redesigns self-scanning with Aracom and GK

In its new convenience format Quartier, Tegut is piloting self-scanning in combination with stationary self-checkouts on a new technological basis. For the first time, Tegut is using the software from GK. The self-scanning apps for both formats were developed by Aracom.

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Scan&Pay app helps Coop Sweden after cyber attack

After last Friday's cyber-attack, Coop Sweden had to close almost all its stores. With the help of its Scan&Pay app and by updating POS systems, outlets can reopen step by step.

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Rewe tests autonomous checkout with Trigo Vision

Rewe is the first German full-range food retailer to test shopping without payment at the checkout. The technology, called Pick&Go, has been tested with employees in a Cologne supermarket since the beginning of May and is expected to become available to all shoppers in late summer. Rewe Digital developed the solution with the computer vision specialist Trigo Vision from Israel.

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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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Hagebau builds on GK Software in the cloud

Hagebau goes into the cloud: With GK Software, Infor and Microsoft, the building materials and DIY group Hagebau is building its merchandise and workforce management as well as its store solutions completely on a Software-as-a-Service infrastructure. At the EHI Technology Days, other retailers also report on their plans to use cloud solutions for core applications of their business.

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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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