Industry Updates: Retail and Foodservice Technology – November 2014
Domino’s Pizza announced its new Tracker app, which tracks a customer’s order from the time it’s being made until delivery. It will now be available on the Pebble smartwatch device.
Newk’s Eatery’s launched a new online ordering platform that enables customers to pick up orders at Newk’s “Grab N’ Go” takeout entrances.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen announced that it will use Applied Predictive Technologies Test & Learn software to test business initiatives such as menu strategies, pricing, and capital investments.
Lowe’s Companies Inc. is using the omnichannel fulfillment solution that is being jointly developed by JDA Software Group Inc. and IBM.
QVC will introduce a new feature of its mobile application that allows customers to make purchases directory from the device.
Supermarket & Convenience:
Bi-Lo Holdings LLC completed an ATM installation project with Cardtronics ATMs. The company operates BI-LO, Harveys and Winn-Dixie grocery stores.
New Seasons Market is installing the new Index online commerce personalization solution at its stores to deliver end-to-end security and personalized customer experiences.
Apparel & Department:
Kohl’s has launched Oracle’s new Retail Merchandise Operations Management solution to assist with merchandising, inventory, and pricing operation.
Talbots Inc. announced that it will license Applied Predictive Technologies Test & Learn software to test and analyze promotions, merchandising, marketing and store operations.