Industry Updates: Retail and Foodservice Technology – May 2015
Century 21 Department Store will utilize Mi9 Retail to replace its current merchandising and analytics system to streamline its business operations.
The Children’s Place has selected Quantum Retail Technology’s Q Analytics for Size and Pack Optimization.
Nordstrom recently implemented curbside pickup at 20 stores including its flagship location in Seattle, WA.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store is installing QSR Automations’ DineTime solution at all locations nationwide; the solution offers features such as wait list management, online reservations, customer data collection, and a mobile customer application. Plans call for completing the installment by the end of summer 2015.
Denny’s Corp has selected Havi Global Solutions LLC (HGS) as its main supplier of supply chain and packaging solutions. According to the companies, HGS will provide sourcing & spend management, network optimization and packaging category management solutions to Denny’s for six years. Services will include: supplier and distributor connectivity and visibility, network design and optimization, data mapping, spend management, sourcing event management, pricing and contract management.
On The Border Mexican Grill & Cantina is partnering with NCR Corp. to offer mobile payment at all of its corporate restaurants.
Advance Auto Parts Inc. will be using Teradata as its vendor for the retailer’s Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW).
Supermarket & Convenience
Bi-Lo Holdings, parent company of Bi-Lo, Harveys and Winn-Dixie grocery stores, is launching a new smartphone app and improved website for each banner that now delivers personalized digital coupons based on each customer’s shopping habits.
Supermarket chain Roche Bros and NCR Corp. announced that the company has implemented NCR’s Connected Payments to help with its payments security.