In order to improve its e-commerce solution, Asda has said that they will invest 700m in a multichannel site.
Same Day Delivery On New E-commerce Solution
To improve on their already successful e-commerce solution, Asda will invest 700 million into the development of its multi channel offering. Already offering specified delivery times, the supermarket chain is set to include same-day delivery into its new grocery order system. Billed as the worldds firstt, Asda will be the only supermarket to offer this service from its e-commerce solution.
In 2012, the Walmart owned supermarket announced a growth of 4.5% in sales, up 21.8 billion since last year. Continuing to grow in a challenging market, Asda has focused efforts on improving online services for their customers. Andy Clarke, president and chief executive of Asda said by focusing on their needs through accelerating our investment in the technology and infrastructure to make shopping more convenient, customer can shop for what they want, when they want it..
Alongside improvements in their multichannel e-commerce solution, Asda is keen to adopt a grocery click and collectt service across its stores. Since it was introduced last autumn, the supermarket has reported that now 4% of all home shopping grocery orders, are completed though it. By the end of 2013, Asda aim to roll out a grocery click and collect to 200 outlets, and click and collect for their clothing range, George, and general merchandise in all 568 of its store. To enable the shopper to become mobile, Asda as are also installing free Wi-Fi across all of their stores, giving them access the supermarketts mobile site and click-and-collect services.
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