Last week's biggest retail technology deals at a glance

RTIH rounds up the stand out retail systems deals, deployments and pilots from the past seven days. Featuring Missfresh, Amazon, Walmart, Jumbo Supermarkten, Albertsons and Aeon.

Claire’s has launched a same-day Click & Collect offering at stores in the United Kingdom and United States. 

The retailer says that Click & Collect in the UK and same-day Buy Online, Pick Up In-Store (BOPIS) in the US allows it to drive “a frictionless, digital-first engagement for customers to shop anywhere, anytime”.

Online grocery delivery venture Missfresh has inked agreements with more than 20 regional supermarket chains to equip 150+ stores in 19 cities in China with the company’s suite of proprietary SaaS tools and AI driven capabilities.

The deal includes such retailers as Shandong Aodelong Supermarket, Chongqing Jiameijia Department Store, and Changchun Yatai Supermarket.

Dutch supermarket chain Jumbo Supermarkten has announced a partnership with German rapid grocery delivery startup Gorillas. 

This will cover the Netherlands and the Flanders region of Belgium. Jumbo will supply a large part of its range to Gorillas, including private label products and some from the La Place brand.

Gorillas also works with Tesco in the UK, and Casino Group in France.


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