supermarkets

Supply chain projects underway at supermarket giant Coles are expected to have a transformative impact on the retailer’s operations as they come online over the next five years. But in the short term, Coles is expanding its partnership with UberEats, launching its own subscription delivery program and bringing wearables into

Woolworths’ suppliers will now be able to monitor how their products are selling in each store. The supermarket giant has developed a new app called Compass, which draws on historical sales patterns to calculate dynamic daily sales expectations for every product in every store. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights

More than 300,000 Brisbane shoppers now have access to grocery deliveries within two hours following the introduction of Woolworths’ Delivery Now service from six local supermarkets. Customers living in the suburbs surrounding Woolworths stores in Ascot, Ashgrove, Bulimba, Camp Hill, Paddington and Spring Hill can order up to 30 handpicked

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

Amazon Echo

FMCG brands need to rethink the fundamentals of marketing to survive in a world of voice-based shopping. That’s the view of  Vanessa Matthijssen, Deloitte Australia’s National Consumer Products Sector Lead and author of a new paper  ‘Meaningful brands – connecting with the consumer in the new world’. “Brands must shift