Top 5 Retail Technology News of the Week – Retail Technology Innovation Center

It’s Friday, the week is almost over, so let’s go back and reflect on another exciting week for retail systems. Here is your summary of the most important stories of the past five days, including Carrefour, RELEX Solutions, Walmart and Gopuff.

1. They started in 10 French cities, including Everlie and Carrefour Paris

Carrefour has set up its own supermarkets and supermarkets in 10 French cities of Lille, Lyon, Nice, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Montpellier, Nantes, Granobel, Rennes, Paris and surrounding areas.

This builds on partnerships in other markets.

The couple serves up to 25,000 customers in more than 140 stores in these cities.

Everton are offering new customers a ዩ 40 discount and free delivery on their first four orders with Carrefour while spending በትንሹ 60 on new customers.

A.D. Launched in 2014, this venture allows customers to order large basket stores from supermarkets using the Everley Consumer Networks network to pick up products in the one-hour window of their choice.

2. RELEX Solutions will cost ሚሊዮን 500 million worth ሚሊዮን 5 billion.

RELEX Solutions has announced a € 500 million fundraising drive for Blackstone Growth Equity Investment, a business managed by Blackstone Development (BXG).

That would cost 5 billion euros.

The company, which previously raised more than ሚሊዮን 200 million, has hired hundreds of developers and professionals and is now gearing up to grow its technical team of more than 400 people.

Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, RELEX Solutions employs more than 1,300 people worldwide and has offices in the US, UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Poland, Singapore, Australia and Hong Kong. .

Customers include Dollar Tree, M&S Food, Franፕois, Morrison, Pittsmart, Sephora and Rosman.

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