Gibu Thomas, SVP of mobile and digital at Walmart, said the company's new e-receipt program will form the base of a suite of tools making shopping easier.
Executives of Wal-Mart Stores on Wednesday highlighted efforts to integrate virtual and physical shopping, ranging from store circulars to shelving to checkout lanes and delivery trucks reinvented behind new technical capabilities. The presentations accompanied an announcement earlier in the day that the company’s proprietary Savings Catcher technology would be available nationwide later this summer. The tool, which compares prices of items purchased at Walmart stores with ...
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