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SpartanNash, the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based wholesaler and retailer, will unveil a new e-commerce service that will allow customers to order products online and pick them up in store. SpartanNash is working with Unata, which provides end-to-end e-commerce, digital marketing and related solutions for grocers.


WHSmith Travel has selected RELEX Solutions to improve demand forecasting and replenishment of products in the retailer’s more than 750 travel stores throughout the United Kingdom, Europe, Middle East, Australia and Asia.


Ecrebo, a leading point-of-sale marketing specialist, has announced that PANDORA UK, one of the world’s largest jewelry brands, has selected Ecrebo to deliver digital receipts across its 220 stores. The move to digital receipts gives the retailer greater visibility of customers’ in-store purchases and allows PANDORA UK to connect online and in-store customers, creating a single customer view. 


Omaha-based Gordmans, a 100-year-old retailer of apparel and home fashions, has entered into a three-year contract for Revionics Markdown Optimization Suite to drive enhanced margins, remain competitive in a fast-changing retail landscape and ensure adherence with disciplined business processes.


Checkpoint Systems, a leading global supplier of electronic article surveillance and RFID solutions for the retail industry, announced its partnership in implementing EAS pedestals and deactivation systems at approximately 2,800 Dollar General retail locations.


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