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Walmart Brings Digital Shelf Labels to Market; Daniela Boscan Comments

Walmart Brings Digital Shelf Labels to Market; Daniela Boscan Comments


BENTONVILLE, AR
Friday, June 14th, 2024

Part of the reason consumers love shopping at Walmart is due to its expansive inventory. With a wide range of products lining its shelves—over 120,000 to be exact—the retailer is employing cutting-edge solutions to boost its inventory management and reduce operational labor. After testing the technology first in Texas, Walmart is set to roll out digital shelf labels (DSLs) to 2,300 stores by 2026.

Daniela Boscan, Food and Consumable Team Lead, Walmart“The transition to digital shelf labels is a game-changer for Walmart, our customers, and our associates,” remarked Daniela Boscan, Food and Consumable Team Lead. “It is not only about improving efficiency and customer satisfaction, but also about integrating sustainability into our work, in this case, to help reduce operational waste. As we continue to digitalize stores and expand digital shelf labels to 2,300 stores by 2026, we are excited about the positive impact this innovation will have on our operations and the environment.”

According to a blog post written by Boscan, this represents a significant shift in how the company’s store associates manage pricing, inventory, order fulfillment, and customer interactions.

After testing this technology first in Texas, the retailer is set to roll out digital shelf labels (DSLs) to 2,300 stores by 2026With this innovation easing operational labor and saving valuable time for employees, Walmart could be able to funnel more of its focus into center-store growth strategies and other merchandising plays.

As more moves to boost efficiency come to light, we will certainly be here to relay the latest. Keep checking back in with DMN for more reports straight from the retail arena.

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