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Kroger Creates Grocery Store Designed For The Future

November 8, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Kroger expanded its Click List click-and-collect service to cover 184 stores. Based on the Express Lane online ordering platform developed by Harris Teeter, a grocery chain acquired by the company in 2014, Click List allows convenience-minded customers to buy groceries online, then pay and collect their goods at a pickup window at an appointed time. Kroger’s previous technology investments include QueVision, a technology platform that uses sensors and predictive analysis. Installed in 2012, QueVision keeps store managers updated about the number of customers currently in the store, in real time.
Kate Taylor, "Kroger is building the grocery store of the future", Business Insider, November 08, 2015, © Business Insider Inc
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