Do your solutions address the hottest trends in retail?

| November 20, 2017

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The new era of retail has rewritten the rules for doing business and all retailers—at least those who want to survive—need to address these changes within their own businesses. While POS dealers of the past might only have sold a few pieces of hardware, today there are dozens of opportunities for forward-thinking retail IT solution providers, including payment processing, video surveillance, digital signage, mobility and more.

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Our workforce of 102,000+ team members is spread across every state throughout Australia.Coles is one of Australia’s largest retailers and provides fresh food, groceries, general merchandise, financial services, liquor and fuel through more than 21 million customer transactions, on average, each week through our national store network and online platforms.

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