What retailers need to know about Walmart’s investment in digital shelf labels

Earlier this month, Walmart announced plans to roll out digital shelf labels (DSLs) to 2300 stores, half of its store network, by 2026. The move will allow the big-box retailer to update prices on over 120,000 products within just two minutes via its mobile app for retail workers called Me@Walmart.  To put this in perspective, weekly updates for traditional paper shelf labels typically take two days for store workers to do manually.  Daniela Boscan, the food and consumable team lead at Walmart

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