Ten retail technology investments that should be on your radar – Retail Technology Innovation Hub
6. Cosmetics M A C
Perfect Corp. and Snap launched a lens buying experience with the brand’s premier partner, The Estée Lauder Companies.
M A C Cosmetics will be among the first brands in The Estée Lauder Companies’ portfolio to launch Dynamic Shopping Lenses on their Snapchat profile, using its existing trial experiences created with Perfect Corp.
7. Domino’s Pizza
Immensus Holdings, a Domino’s Pizza franchisee in the Netherlands, offers to pay its employees in Bitcoin.
This was announced on Bitcoin Pizza Day, which marks the first time Bitcoin has been used as a payment method when developer Laszlo Hanyecz landed 10,000 BTC for two pizzas on May 22, 2010.
Take-out food retailer Pret A Manger has chosen Tech Mahindra as its technology and digital transformation partner.
The five-year contract will focus on streamlining and optimizing Pret’s IT infrastructure through cloudification, systems reengineering, IT systems consumerization and data engineering.
Google Cloud and Netherlands-based online retailer vidaXL have entered into a three-year partnership.
This will see vidaXL migrate part of its IT infrastructure for core SAP workloads (such as ERP Central Component and Extended Warehouse Management) to Google Cloud.
Levi’s is shifting its relationship with MySize from pilot to partnership in Turkey, with the potential to expand further internationally after the initial rollout of the MySizeID solution which reduced return rates by 47%.
This uses Levi’s size charts, product charts, GTIN, descriptions, and other relevant details, along with MySize’s patented algorithms, to provide online shoppers with size recommendations.
The plug and play widget is integrated into Levi’s site.