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Zenuity: Gaining traction fast through new venture launch
The automotive industry is steering toward a future without drivers. The benefits: less accidents, greater fuel efficiency, decreased pollution, and more freedom for car operators. To get on the road toward autonomous driving, Volvo Cars, the premium automaker, joined forces with Autoliv, the world's larget automotive safety supplier, to create a new joint venture called, Zenuity. (A name that combines the words "zenith" with "ingenuity.")
Martin & Servera: Cooking up inspiration online
“The proof is in the pudding.” And the Martin & Servera platform is cooking up results. It’s led to growth in new markets as well since the online tool is easy to roll out and adapt. And the platform has allowed Martin & Servera to extend its operating hours with full-service ordering now available on evenings and weekends, a critical need for many restaurants. What’s more, the agile methodology used during the project was adopted by Martin & Servera and is still in use.
Åhlens: Moving from instore to online
In 2014 Åhlens turned to Brightstep, now part of Accenture Interactive, to create an omnichannel presence, one that was seamless and consistent regardless of the point of entry. With an approach that adapts to tablets, mobile and desktop. Although Åhléns had a website, ahlens.se, it was mainly used for marketing purposes and not as an ecommerce channel.
Hemköp: Eating market share through omnichannel grocery retail
Hemköp is a part of Axfood, the second-largest grocery retailer in Sweden. With an aim to inspire its customers and promote the joy of food and cooking, Hemköp runs approximately 190 stores throughout the country, most commonly in central locations. Accenture Interactive came in as Hemköp’s strategic and operative partner in the journey towards becoming a true omnichannel grocery retailer. Working side-by-side with Hemköp from pre-study to a fully operational ecommerce offering.
Nordea: Meeting the future. Today
When people think of robotics, they often think of machines. C3PO or R2D2. But Nordea’s own robot, Liv, is automated software that boosts accuracy for processing data. Liv saves time. Allowing employees to focus on new business models and opportunities. Disrupting their markets with innovations that please the customer. Watch how Nordea uses robotics, through their Liv program, to gain a competitive edge.