Sertag electronic price tag shelf labels help supermarket creating efficient service and experience of new retail
On August 18th, OUBAO supermarket, located inGanjingzi District, Dalian, officially opened.
This supermarket of nearly 10,000 square meters , all using the Sertag epaper disaplay series electronic shelf labels, color screen promotional information, can greatly improve shopping efficiency, but also bring consumers a smart, convenient shopping experience.
A few days ago, Sertag and this Group reached a strategic cooperation agreement, Sertag officially became a quality supplier of electronic price tag, They strong alliance, aiming to jointly create a new experience of the new retail ecosystem, in line with the needs of consumer upgrades Improve services and improve the quality of life of consumers.
It is also an innovative format that is driven by data, online and offline, and modern logistics technology. It can provide consumers with a smart shopping experience with a 30-minute speed delivery. Through the Sertag electronic price tag system, They realized the consistent sales of goods on the offline line, the price synchronization, and the seamless connection between online and offline through scanning code.
As a new retail business store, the difference between New Life and traditional retail is that it uses the emerging technologies such as big data, Internet of Things and automation to realize the integration and digitization of commodity supply, sales and logistics. In the supermarket shopping scene, they uses the Sertag electronic price tag system, which enables customers to experience the diversity of shopping scenes and the more convenient and fast shopping process.
Through an electronic price tag system, Sertag combines online and offline new retail development trends to create a retail IoT solution that enhances operational efficiency and user experience. At present, in addition to it , Sertag ESL system has also been stationed in a number of supermarkets, providing ESL system solutions for many large chain stores.