The report provides a global assessment of grocery retailers' digital performance and identifies areas of improvement and investment for 80 large retailers in the United States and Europe.
December 6, 2019
Digital is sparking change in every market segment, and grocery is no exception. That's the overarching takeaway from the inaugural Grocery Digital Maturity Benchmark study, which was conducted by Incisiv, West New York, N.J., and Winsight Grocery Business, a unit of Technomic, Chicago.
Most of the today’s growth in grocery spending is happening online, but the additional cost of assembling/fulfilling these orders makes the business less profitable than typical sales through the store.
November 1, 2019
Brick Meets Click, Barrington, Ill., completed an independent analysis to quantify the dollar impact to grocers of using a leading software-based fulfillment platform for online orders designed to reduce labor costs and drive higher sales.
Today, 60% of grocers offer some form of home delivery for items ordered online.
October 31, 2019
Fear of falling behind omnichannel shoppers and fast-moving competitors is driving grocers to deploy new technology at a furious pace, according to the "2019 Grocery Tech Trends Study," released by RIS, Newark, N.J.
This rise is driven by more and more companies embracing marketplaces as a platform to facilitate online sales, expedite cross-border expansion, increase product range and improve logistics, costs and operations.
October 31, 2019
New analysis from iBe, a pan-European financial services advisory firm, found that online marketplaces could be worth as much as $7 trillion in sales by 2024.
For generations, the once-centerpiece of the American home has become much less important – marginalized by Millennials and younger generations who choose to order up their nourishment with a few silent taps of the cell phone rather than the clank of pots and pans.
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