Customers

We take pride in our track record of powering the digital offerings of some of the world’s most innovative and successful grocers. We are more than a technology vendor – our people are passionate about helping our customers make the most of our technology to achieve their full potential. We recognize our customers’ input in the development of new capabilities, ensuring we are on the leading edge of grocery technology, thus guaranteeing our mutual success. Together, we are creating the future of grocery retail.

United Supermarkets opened its first grocery store in 1916 and has grown to include 95 stores across Texas.

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Buy-Low Foods is the largest food wholesale distributor to independents in Canada and provides quality products directly to consumers through its 70+ stores across 6 banners.

Dunnes Stores is a leading family-owned, Irish multinational retail chain with 130+ locations.

“Foodland” is an American supermarket chain, headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii, with 33 stores throughout the state of Hawaii.

Harris Teeter, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Kroger Co., is a supermarket chain based in North Carolina with 230+ locations.

Meijer is a supercenter chain throughout the Midwestern US and is recognized for pioneering the modern supercenter concept in 1962.

Metcash is Australia’s leading wholesale distribution and marketing company with sales of over $13B in FY20.

Musgrave is one of Europe’s leading food retail, wholesale, and foodservice companies with a 140-year heritage supporting communities across Ireland and Spain.

Price Chopper Enterprises is a $1B, top 100-grocer, headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, with more than 70 stores across six banners.

Save-on-Foods is Western Canada’s largest grocery retailer with more than 170 supermarkets and growing.

ShopRite Supermarkets has been the largest retailer of food in New Jersey for 70 years with hundreds of locations across six states.