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Originally conceived as a solution for food retail,
Pricer electronic shelf labels solve multiple problems
for supermarket and convenience store owners.

A wide variety of labels exist for food retailers. As well as standard labels for the shelf edge, there are specific labels designed for freezers, deli cabinets, small peg hooks and larger labels serving as large signs.

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Cases in food retail

Carrefour : Revolutionizing the shopping experience

Case study: Food retail

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Cora

As one of Europe’s largest food retailers, the supermarket group needed a simple, automated solution to handle their price updates.

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Metro: Cash & Carry

With more than 700 stores in 30 countries serving hoteliers to caterers, restaurateurs to retailers, Metro needs to stay competitive. And that requires flexible, reactive pricing.

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Carrefour

The largest food retailer worldwide to roll out Pricer electronic shelf labels. Carrefour was the first hypermarket price label roll-out in France.

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Casino

Supermarket chain Casino was one of the first retailers to understand the total value of electronic shelf labelling, implementing from day one stock information directly at the shelf edge.

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E.Leclerc

The first food retail chain to install full DotMatrix stores. E.Leclerc is a leading French independent hypermarket chain.

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Seven and I

Japanese retailer Seven and I is one of the world's leading retail chains and has been deploying infrared-based electronic shelf labels for many years.

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Soriana

Soriana were already convinced of the benefits of ESL but needed the right system for their situation: high speed updates and two-way communication.

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Coop

Coop supermarket group was looking for a scalable solution able to adapt as new developments are made in the technology.

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Intermarché

Intermarché, the supermarket banner of the Groupement des Mousquetaires, is France's largest food retailer, counted in number of stores.

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