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CP Teams Up on New Interactive Feature Highlighting Microfulfillment

Cuhaci Peterson, PULSE Integration and KPS Global are teaming up to provide powerful end-to-end solutions to reimagine grocery for a brighter future — starting now with the launch of a new interactive titled GroceRE Imagined.

The combination of systems integration and end-to-end e-commerce solutions is fundamentally paramount to delivering on the promise of future retailing excellence.

As grocers design future store formats, the integration of e-commerce into the retail network requires an adept team to connect all the systems together and eliminate any gaps in processes and operations.

Automation is the answer: Bringing the product to people is faster than bringing people to the product.

Customized microfulfillment strategies are helping businesses adapt to their new reality by introducing user-friendly systems that respond to modern shopper demands while greatly improving the end experience for customers. And to optimize the use of these new fulfillment solutions, the various systems need to be seamlessly integrated.

Our hybrid shopping experience replaces shopping the “maze of aisles” in store and online with a high-density system utilizing robotics that enable an order to be ready for pick up within minutes.

“At it’s core, hybrid shopping is the merging of the physical and digital experience, often referred to as phygital,” said Steven Duffy, Sr. Vice President of Design, Cuhaci & Peterson.

Today’s retail customer utilizes technology that has drastically advanced their expectations. And for grocery, modernizing through automation is the optimal way to meet them.

Learn more by visiting our new GroceRE Redefined interactive feature.

The Big Future of Small Grocery Formats: What’s Next? | FutureShop

The Big Future of Small Grocery Formats: What’s Next?

With the advent of a new year and decade, there is no better time to address the topic of format as grocers continue to gravitate toward smaller store sizes, an accelerating trend.
As the stage is set for what’s next, during 2020, we experienced an increased preparation of meals at home, reaffirming grocers’ place in our lives. As we head into 2021, grocers strive to smartly implement planning from both an omni retailing stance, influencing the types of stores and how they are networked.
In this month’s issue of Progressive Grocer, our Steven Duffy gives a detailed look at the big future of small formats. His insight and the three key takeaways may surprise you. To learn more, simply click here. You may also download the full digital edition by clicking here.
Small Grocery Formats