Coles is putting in place a cloud and data strategy which will allow it to implement AI across many facets of its business, including its supply chain and physical stores, to help drive innovation. The supermarket giant has signed a long-term strategic partnership with Microsoft, utilising its Azure cloud technology
Coles has selected advanced robotics technology and a new suite of software to help improve profit margin for its ecommerce sales and double the number of home deliveries it can make. The supermarket has announced its has entered an exclusive partnership with British supermarket and solution provider, Ocado, to deploy
Coles has signed a multi-year partnership with Optus Business encompassing digital network and telecommunications services. The companies say he deal will provide a range of benefits to to the supermarket’s customers and team members. The strategic alliance delivers high capacity fibre services across Coles’ retail, distribution and support centres nationally.
Coles has selected three SAP products to help transform its digital operations across procurement, human resources (HR) and its business processes. The supermarket giant is implementing intelligent enterprise resource planning (ERP) with SAP S/4HANA, along with SAP Ariba for procurement and SAP SuccessFactors streamline and automate its HR operations. The
COVER STORY: A new wave of digital disruption — and international competition — looms for supermarkets
After almost two decades dabbling in ecommerce, buying groceries online is now a $1 billion business for both Coles and Woolworths. But even with the supermarket giants enjoying five years of double-digit growth, the sector is still underdeveloped. Online shopping represents an estimated 2.8 per cent of the $108 billion
Online sales at Coles are up 25 per cent year-on-year, driven by a commitment to customer service says Stuart Freer, GM Digital IT and User Experience at Coles. “At Coles Online we are actually growing at 25 per cent annually. That’s something that we are managing very carefully, because when
Niall Keating, head of big data at Coles whose job is to modernise and simplify the supermarket giant’s information ecosystem, wants to see a rise in graduates with “hardcore software engineering skills.” Which-50 and ADMA are introducing a one day classroom-based digital transformation education program for senior executives lead by visiting US