Kroger and Microsoft Pilot Digital Shelving Displays

Kroger and Microsoft Pilot Digital Shelving Displays

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  • The US retailer Kroger opts for Microsoft’s Azure Cloud infrastructure to test smart shelving displays adjusting to their consumers’ profiles and reducing the amount of time required to choose articles.

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