Agreement signed between Coop Adriatica and Datalogic for a more enjoyable Salvatempo with Joya
May 13, 2010 Comments (0)
Mauro Sacchetto, Managing Director of Datalogic, said: This new agreement, and the satisfaction of Coop members, further strengthen the Datalogic partnership with Coop. The Salvatempo service is the perfect response to the needs of its clientele. Customers are increasingly appreciative of companies that offer time-saving solutions that are rich in information, content, and offers, guaranteeing an informed shopping experience.
Using Joya delivers many benefits; for example, products consumers choose can be placed directly into the bags in their carts, as they like, without any need to run the merchandise along the conveyor belt, ensuring quick payment. No more long queues at the checkout for Coop members with the special dedicated self-service payment stations. Joya also allows shoppers to see their total in real time, keeping the final numbers constantly up to date.
Due to these services, Coop Adriatica will stand out clearly from the competition, thus increasing its own competitive edge and attracting new customers who are increasingly loyal, because they are more satisfied with their shopping experience and the added value that Joya guarantees with its information and the Salvatempo quick payment service.
About Datalogic Group
Datalogic Group is a producer of barcode readers, data collection mobile computers, RFID systems and photoelectric sensors for the industrial automation sector and offers solutions for a comprehensive range of industrial applications, especially in the manufacturing, transportation & logistics and retail industries. Datalogic S.p.A. is quoted on the STAR segment of the Italian Stock Exchange since 2001 as DAL.MI, and is headquartered in Lippo di Calderara di Reno (Bologna). It employs about 2,000 staff members worldwide distributed in 30 countries across Europe, Asia, the United States and Oceania. The Group invests over 25 million Euro each year in Research and Development and has a large and growing portfolio of 885 patents across the world. In 2009 Datalogic received the Award in the Large Enterprise category of the "Business Innovation Prize" conferred by Confindustria, as the enterprise that has skilfully expanded in Italy and worldwide through investments in innovation.