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VXG, a video management software (VMS) startup based in Toronto, has raised a $1 million seed round of financing.
The company noted in the text that workers at the DBK1 facility were sent home, while the sorting facility was disinfected. Amazon has denied reports that, while day shift workers were sent home, those on the night shift were still expected to come in.
Canadian businesses are taking steps to help flatten the curve and support customers through new products, services, and free offerings.
The five most important retail tech news stories of the week
Here’s your briefing on some of the most important and interesting stories from the past five days.
Montreal-based point-of-sale and e-commerce company Lightspeed has appointed Marty Reaume as its first chief people officer (CPO).
Comparing the average daily downloads in February to yesterday (Sunday, March 15), Instacart, Walmart Grocery and Shipt have seen their daily downloads surge by 218%, 160% and 124%, respectively.
Believe it or not, there will be a time when the phrase “retail resurgence” replaces “store closings.” And research from Nielsen says it may come from retail technology.
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