Following a successful pilot, Morton Williams, a grocery retailer with 17 stores in the New York metropolitan area, has initially ordered from A2Z Smart Technologies Corp. 100 specially designed 75-liter Cust2Mate smart carts tailored for deployment in urban supermarkets.
CNME Editor Mark Forker secured an exclusive interview with Guy Mordoch, CEO of smart cart platform Cust2Mate, to find out more about how the Israeli start-up company is primed to completely disrupt and transform experiences in the global retail sector
Israeli customers will soon be using smart carts – with a touch screen, cameras and barcode reader – to shop for household essentials.
A2Z Smart Technologies Corp. reports that, further to announcements of its channel partnership with IR2S intended to deploy 30,000 smart carts across retail chains in France between 2023 and 2026
In a strategic move, Israeli smart shopping cart developer Cust2mate is set to bring its cutting-edge smart shopping carts to Southeast Asia.
Cust2Mate’s smart cart takes long checkout queues out of the equation, elevates shoppers experience and increases revenue for the retailer.
A visit to the supermarket can be nerve-wracking and time-consuming. Not any more.
Cust2Mate smart-carts bring many values both to the shopper and the supermarket.
Carrefour customers enjoying the new smart-carts from Cust2Mate.
Cust2Mate smart-carts, introducing a new shopping experience at Carrefour.