This year, the co-operative association Tikøb could celebrate its 100th anniversary. Today, the SPAR grocery store in Tikøb is one of the stores in the chain that is at the forefront when it comes to implementing new technology. Most recently, the store has implemented a cloud solution and mobile app to manage the store's electronic price tags.
In Tikøb in North Zealand, you will find the co-operative association Tikøb, which could celebrate its 100th anniversary on March 14, 2020. The store has for more than 30 years bought its goods from the grocery wholesaler Dagrofa and has been part of the chain concept SPAR since 2015.
The Store Manager, Morten Wagner, has run the store for more than 15 years - and he is not alone. In fact, there are several members in the staff who can celebrate many years anniversary in the store.
Even though the association is in long in years, it does not mean that the way the grocery store is run is old-fashioned. Rather the opposite, SPAR Tikøb is one of the many stores in the SPAR chain that follows the development and is keen to implement new technology.
Back in 2012, the store decided to replace the paper with electronic price tags from Delfi Technologies, so it was no longer necessary to spend time changing prices back and forth in connection with the weekly campaign changes. In addition to price and campaign changes, there are often also many changes to the product information such as description, supplier information, country, etc. All of which are today updated automatically directly on the shelves throughout the store.