Robots, apps and self-checkouts: Aussie hardware store goes high-tech

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Over the last few years, Bunnings has been investing heavily in retail technologies and stock management strategies – such as robots picking apps and interactive maps – with the aim of liberating staff from manual tasks, so they have more time to engage in skilled services. This approach, which also aims to enhance the retailer’s efficiency and productivity, follows a growing movement of brands that are using cutting-edge technologies to shed the boring activities that occupy staff, which

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