The local MENY store in Frederikssund, Denmark, has installed electronic price tags. According to the grocer, Per Christiansen, it is an upgrade that benefits both customers and store associates.
Today, many stores and grocers are gradually using electronic shelf labels, but at MENY in Frederikssund, the grocer has deliberately waited until now before the paper has been replaced with a digital solution.
The grocer Per Christiansen's MENY store has installed the new solution after waiting several years for the right technology, which has now been put into operation.
After the switch from paper to digital signs, it was particularly important that customers clearly can read the new signs - and they can, according to the local grocer:
- A lot has happened with the development within electronic price signs, and the new signs are much easier to read - that is one of the reasons why we have been waiting. The timing with the technology has been just right for us now, says Per Christiansen.
Per has run the business since 1991, so it is an experienced merchant who today manages the approximately 70 staff members associated with the store.