According to the UN, about 1.3 billion tonnes – a third of all food produced for human consumption – goes to waste every year. While the lion’s share of waste in these countries comes down to consumers, a significant amount comes from supermarkets. It is clear that retailers must play their part in combating this issue. Read the blog to find out what can retailers do to help reduce their food waste?
Panasonic Business Solutions Blog
The Retail and Logistics industries are evolving at a fast past. Increasing competition and economic pressures are driving innovation in both technology solutions and process.
The Panasonic Business Solutions blog takes a look at some of the key issues facing these industries and discusses how gemba process innovation and smart technology solutions can help enhance customer experience and increase operational efficiency both instore and throughout the supply chain.
At a recent Panasonic event, we brought together some industry experts for discuss how in-store technology innovation can transform the consumer experience and how shops can maximise their ROI from these new technologies. This blog shares a few key takeaways from the presentation given by Tim Gardner, Head of Creative Partnerships at Retail Week.
The digital transformation of retail is in full swing: IoT, artificial intelligence and others are opening up completely new opportunities. But even if bits and bytes are rewriting the rules, physical (yet smart) shops still have a pivotal part to play. Omnichannel solutions are the name of the game. They are blurring the boundaries between in-store and online.
Against this background, Panasonic Business Europe teamed up with the Cologne-based EHI Retail Institute to produce a white paper for our In-store Insights series. The document, based on multiple EHI surveys/studies, takes a long, hard look at the digitisation of retail in Germany – what is happening now and what can we expect to see in the future.
On Monday, Panasonic picked up an award at the Checkout National Supplier Retail Awards 2019 for ‘Retail Innovation of the year,’ in collaboration with Domus Projects. The accolade was in recognition of our work with Londis Convenience Stores at Dublin City University in Ireland, where we created an integrated retail solution. Which kind of technology helps this store? You can find the detail in this blog.