Industry Updates: Retail and Foodservice Technology – June 2015
Charming Charlie will use the Epicor POS in the Cloud offering, with a goal to have its first pilot store location live on the Epicor Retail Store POS in the Cloud solution within 30 days.
Rue 21 has selected Epicor QuantiSense Retail Business Intelligence products to support its reporting and analytics of merchandising, store operations and digital retail.
Which Wich will partner with Olo, a provider of online and mobile ordering solutions for the restaurant industry, to roll out a new mobile app and digital ordering platform.
Edible Arrangements International will use Buxton’s web-based real estate Scout platform to assist the company in analyzing potential expansion sites for its Edible to Go line of products.
Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores is partnering with Pinterest’s new Buyable Pins program. The program is the social media company’s first attempt at e-commerce.
Sam’s Club has rebranded its shop online, store pick up service as Club Pickup, formerly known as Click ‘n Pull, with new improved features.
Target Corp. later this year is planning to implement RFID-enabled “smart labels” in an effort to aid inventory accuracy and improve stock levels at its stores.
Supermarket & Convenience
Raley’s Supermarkets has utilized technology from Unata to enhance and relaunch its e-commerce offering.