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Unicoop Firenze is a consumer cooperative that operates in the retail sector. The company's main offerings include a variety of products and services aimed at providing good quality at the best possible conditions, while also focusing on health and safety, environmental respect, and contributing to the cultural and social growth of the community. It is based in Firenze, Italy.

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Via Santa Reparata 43

Firenze, 50129,

Italy

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Starring Nextail, Archive, and Orium: RTIH presents last week’s biggest retail technology plays at a glance

Jun 26, 2023

True and BRC True , a retail and consumer specialist investment and innovation firm, has announced a partnership with trade association British Retail Consortium (BRC). The aim is to give BRC members access to cutting-edge technology and to foster innovation through True's expertise and network. True has developed a new offering, Amplify, to help retailers find technology that works for them. This is powered by its experience from investing in and growing technology startup businesses, its sector research, and technology successes with its corporate partners in the retail industry. The partnership kicks off with a series of roundtable events for BRC members on accessing better technologies. Benefit Benefit Cosmetics has launched a new loyalty app, powered by Antavo. Benefit Loves is a free to join offering, available in the UK, where members can earn “hearts” with rewards for a variety of actions such as shopping at Benefit boutiques, booking a beauty treatment or making online purchases. The programme has launched to online customers and in-store at the six Benefit owned UK stores, with plans to potentially extend the scheme in the future. Bolt and Starship Technologies Estonian ride hailing and food delivery startup Bolt has announced a partnership with robotics firm Starship Technologies, involving thousands of robots delivering food across multiple countries, starting in 2023. In an online post, Bolt says: “ Starship Technologies has become the first autonomous delivery company to complete five million commercial deliveries worldwide.” “This was achieved in just seven months since celebrating four million deliveries in November 2022. At Bolt, we have over 100 million users in 45 countries and 500 cities globally, offering services like ride-hailing, micromobility, and food and grocery delivery.” “By partnering with Starship Technologies, we can now provide a broader range of delivery options that accommodate different order sizes, preferences, and distances.” Don't be surprised if a robot delivers your next Bolt Food order! Bolt’s partnered with @StarshipRobots , the world leader in autonomous delivery vehicles, to transform food and grocery delivery. Check out our recent article for more information. 👇 https://t.co/UgKWLWMXFj Zara MultiPay Global Solutions has been selected by Inditex fashion retailer Zara as the payment provider for its new Near Field Communication (NFC) gift keychain collection. Available now from Zara stores across the UK, the keychains have been developed to be more convenient, innovative, fashionable, and sustainable than conventional single use gift cards. Recently unveiled at Zara’s flagship store in London’s Battersea Power Station, they allow customers to pay for items by scanning the keychain’s unique identifier at any in-store NFC-enabled contactless payment reader. They can be reloaded with credit for repeated use. Arbonne International BlueSnap has announced a partnership with Arbonne International , a specialist in sustainable healthy living that sells products formulated to be vegan, non-GMO, gluten and cruelty free. This will assist Arbonne by providing global payment capabilities for its network of international consultants. The firm will consolidate its payment providers into a single integration, with the aim of allowing for more efficient processing of digital payments around the world. We are thrilled to announce our partnership with @arbonne international🎉 With a single integration to BlueSnap's Global Payment Orchestration Platform, Arbonne can now provide seamless localized payment experiences to customers worldwide. Shopify and Adyen will partner to pursue enterprise clients based in the US, Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand, and enhance the latter’s existing integration to accelerate enterprise connectivity and features. Shop Pay lets customers save their email address, credit card, and shipping and billing information. This can save customers time when they check-out, especially if they've already opted in to Shop Pay on any Shopify store. If a store offers a local pickup or delivery option, then people can also choose that option. Majid Al Futtaim Majid Al Futtaim , a specialist in shopping mall, communities, retail and leisure group across the Middle East, Africa and Asia, has announced a long-term partnership with Tabby, a shopping and financial services app. The pair say that the tie up, pitched as the first of its kind, “brings together a buy now, pay later (BNPL) provider and an end-to-end shopping malls and retailer ecosystem to best serve customers”. The aim is to replicate the BNPL model of “seamless customer experience and affordable convenience into an omnichannel ecosystem, by offering interest-free credit over short-term instalment plans”. Currently, Tabby can be used in 15% of Majid Al Futtaim’s UAE mall tenants, particularly, in Mall of the Emirates, City Centre Deira, City Centre Mirdiff and City Centre Al Zahia. Tabby’s BNPL platform can also be used when shopping online with Carrefour and Majid Al Futtaim’s lifestyle brands such as Lululemon, Crate & Barrel, The Lego Store and THAT Concept Store. As phase two of the partnership, Majid Al Futtaim plans to expand the offering across the GCC and the company’s entire ecosystem. While using the facility in-store, customers will be given a Tabby Card, Tabby’s offline payment solution that will be further rolled out in the UAE across Majid Al Futtaim’s brands and mall tenants before being expanded internationally. Asda The vehicles can run for up to 120 miles per charge, requiring seven hours recharge time. Customers in Cardiff Bay and Leith will also soon be able to have their groceries delivered by a fully electric fleet as the retailer has committed to turning a further two stores electric by the end of the year. The move represents the first stage of Asda’s ambition to completely remove diesel vehicles from its grocery home delivery fleet by 2028. These plans are part of its wider strategy to half its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 as part of its Courtauld commitments. Unicoop Firenze SES-imagotag reports that Unicoop Firenze (member of Coop Italia), which operates one of the largest supermarket chains in Italy, has selected the VUSION IoT Cloud platform for the digitisation of 110 stores. This is driven by several significant external factors and internal requirements impacting its operations, such as inflation, supply chain efficiency, and satisfactory shelf-planning compliance. The company identified the need to be able to address market dynamics and shifting demands quickly, to have the capacity for greater real-time pricing agility, and to be aligned with the growth of e-commerce. Unicoop Firenze chose VUSION and its solutions as tools to monitor shelves centrally for product availability and ensure price synchronisation across all channels. Faherty Faherty , a clothing and lifestyle brand, and Archive have partnered to launch Second Wave. The new resale programme allows customers to buy and sell preloved Faherty clothing through a peer-to-peer marketplace site and will also list repaired and renewed brand owned inventory. “We have always been committed to greater circularity and we are thrilled to partner with Archive to launch Second Wave,” says Kerry Docherty, Co-Founder and Chief Impact Officer, Faherty. “The programme will give our customers multiple ways to shop for, enjoy and extend the lives of preloved Faherty items. Because long lasting quality is at the core of what we do, we believe our product only gets better with age.” “ Resale is a natural next step in our growth as a brand that has always taken its responsibility to our customers and the planet seriously.” Orium Orium , a composable commerce specialist based in North America, has launched Composable UI, its open source composable commerce accelerator. Built on the foundations of other accelerators from Orium , this project is designed to help brands learn how to build a modern composable e-commerce storefronts with best-in-class technologies and best practices. Composable UI was built to help brands move towards a modular architecture based on MACH technology principles. It provides a full end-to-end e-commerce experience, with the aim of accelerating the learning journey for architects, developers, and designers through open source code, documentation, and a collaborative community of experts. Rohlik Group Brightpick has completed a nine-month pilot of its robotic solution in the Prague fulfilment centre of European e-grocer Rohlik Group. Rohlik now plans to roll-out this out across multiple warehouses in 2023 and 2024, starting with Munich in July and continuing with Frankfurt, Vienna, Prague and other fulfilment centres. The solution includes Brightpick Autopicker and Brightpick Dispatcher autonomous mobile robots and enables Rohlik to fully automate picking, consolidation and dispatch of orders. Rohlik has more than 1.5 million e-grocery customers and 12 million orders per year. Once fully deployed in the Munich warehouse, Brightpick will be able to dispatch over 1,000 order totes (bins) per hour and 5,000 completed orders per day (an order may contain multiple totes). Domino’s Pizza Domino’s Pizza is introducing Domino’s Pinpoint Delivery in the US, a new technology that allows customers to receive a delivery in such places as parks, baseball fields and beaches, just in time for the start of summer. Customers with the Domino’s app can select the service, drop a pin on the map and get pizza delivered pretty much anywhere, the retailer says. “We’re proud to be the first quick service restaurant brand in the US to deliver food to customers with the drop of a pin,” says Christopher Thomas-Moore, Domino’s Senior Vice President – Chief Digital Officer. “We’re always striving to make customers’ experiences even better and more convenient, and Domino’s Pinpoint Delivery does exactly that.” Sobeys Et Voilà! The best grocery delivery service in Canada has arrived in Alberta with @sobeys , powered by our technology! 99% order accuracy & 95% on time delivery based on data from the Ontario & Quebec CFCs: "Voilà truly is grocery delivery, reimagined! https://t.co/8P74xOAfBw pic.twitter.com/vQUnvBoEYD Renovotec Renovotec , a UK-based provider of end-to-end AIDC technology solutions and services for organisations operating throughout the supply chain, has launched an innovation centre at its 6,288 sq. ft facility based at the firm’s head office in Newton-Le-Willows, near Warrington. Open to all customers and visitors, this showcases Renovotec’s latest solutions and features dedicated industry zones for manufacturing, warehousing, transport and logistics, healthcare and retail. Ryan Wilby, Engineering Manager at Asda, a Renovotec customer, comments: “The RIC offers us the opportunity to interactively review a range of products from the latest and the greatest manufacturers in the marketplace in one space.” “This is truly unique and a huge value-add service from Renovotec. It saves us time, resources, and arms us with the most thorough and in-depth insight into the productivity and efficiency benefits of new mobile device technology, and alternative tools for our frontline.” “It essentially enables us to quickly consolidate and upscale our technology for maximum ROI – so we can deliver on our promise to our customers to keep our prices as low as possible.” GHL and Alipay+ GHL Systems Berhad (GHL) , a payment service company in the ASEAN region, has enabled Alipay+ for over 2,600 local businesses in Thailand to accept cross-border payments from Asian mobile wallets. This includes AlipayHK (Hong Kong SAR), Kakao Pay (South Korea), Touch ‘n Go eWallet (Malaysia) and Alipay (Chinese mainland), which has been accepted by Thai merchants since 2015. Those visiting Thailand can now pay with their home e-wallets at over 5,000 retail outlets powered by GHL, through a partnership with Alipay+ , a suite of global cross-border digital payment and marketing solutions operated by Ant Group. The local businesses to benefit from this initiative come from a range of tourism industries, from retail, F&B to hospitality and attractions nationwide. Walmart This allows sellers to simulcast their shoppable livestreams to their Facebook business page as a Facebook Live, while keeping the shopping element intact. Walmart , which has worked with TalkShopLive on over 150 live shopping experiences, will be the first to activate the Shoppable Simulcast product with a live show on 20th June featuring The Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond. Drummond, who has held several shopping events with TalkShopLive , will be launching her new furniture line. The livestream will appear on TalkShopLive, Walmart’s Facebook page, Walmart.com/live and The Pioneer Woman’s Facebook page. Introducing….Shoppable Simulcast! Our latest innovation allows sellers to seamlessly simulcast their stream to multiple destinations at once, all the while keeping the shopping element intact wherever you go. pic.twitter.com/JLe8X1Qr9G WJ King Garages Eight Harvest Energy forecourts have had new EDGEPoS systems installed under a partnership between WJ King Garages and Henderson Technology. The partnership involved installation of the EDGEPoS platform at each of William King’s garages and EDGEPoS head office at Farningham, Kent to allow the business to have full control of all eight forecourts from one central location. The ten-lane project took five weeks to complete between April and May. Watsons Watsons , the flagship health and beauty brand of A.S. Watson Group, opened over 1,400 new stores across Asia amidst the Covid-19 pandemic and last week Watsons Malaysia went live with its 700th store in the market. Walmart (again!) Walmart has opened a new 2.2 million square foot fulfilment centre 20 miles northeast of Indianapolis, located at 5259 W 500 N. in McCordsville. This is the retailer’s largest fulfilment centre to date and the second of four facilities that aims to achieve faster shipping and delivery, while increasing Walmart.com order fulfilment capacity. The space is designed to expand access to Walmart’s next- or two-day shipping. Combined with the rest of its fulfilment network, these centres will enable the retailer to reach 95% of the US population with the service. Walmart Fulfilment Services, Walmart’s end-to-end third-party service, will also leverage the space to deal with Marketplace items. M&S This is powered by Emplifi technology. In a LinkedIn post, Amy Traves, In-Store Experiences Manager at M&S, said: “I have spent the last week with the fantastic suit fitting team at our Hedge End store to extend our online services to include Suit Fit.” “We are excited to now connect our online customers via two-way video with the same expert advice and help from our colleagues as you would find in our stores.” Customers can connect via the retailer’s suit and formalwear product pages or here . This lines up alongside an online bra fit service and online furniture consultations offering. Featured Jun 26, 2023

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