We are busier than ever. We rarely got the much-needed me-time. Groceries? Ugh… a real chore. Or is it?
Shopping for groceries is always a chore to many (although some enjoy the whole process)… and you are most likely wasting your time queuing at the cashier. But in some part of the world, your waiting time is cut to nearly zero – thanks to mobile technology and an innovative company.
Meet Tesco. Tesco is probably UK’s most progressive supermarket chains in the world when it comes to technology adoption for shopping. Three years ago, Tesco – partnered with a local shopping company, launched a virtual subway store in South Korea.
The idea is that subway goers can now shop while commuting. Just use your smartphone’s code scanner for the products you want, process the payment and have them delivered to your doorstep. Pretty cool. Check it out:
…and Tesco is smart enough to bring the success back to home, launching UK’s first virtual grocery store at Gatwick Airport, London< UK. Tesco adds interactivity to the store, enhancing the whole shopping experience for UK consumers:
Well, all I can say is that Tesco gives a new meaning to the word “convenience.”
What do you think?