QA Automation Tester

Senior QA Automation professional’s needed - eCommerce Senior Automation QA opportunities working for an innovative technology consultancy, based in London You will work on a variety of projects around Multi-Channel Retail (POS, content management, product data, in-store, SCV/OCV). The Senior QA professional will be responsible for: QA Automation: Creation/Writing of Test Scripts and automation framework using Selenium web driver, Java based. Maintain and develop the existing test framework, ensuring that it is stable and reliable Responsible for the execution of test scriptsCoordinate the test tasks within the team, including code management and reviewProvide support and training in automation to other members of the QA team Work alongside the other members of the QA team, the development team and product management team to resolve all issues with automated tests as efficiently as possible The chosen individual will be analytical, have great attention to detail and possess a revolutionary streak. They will also have: In-depth experience within Automation testing ...

March 31st, 2017|

Dunkin’ Donuts introduces ‘order ahead’ service

US customers of Dunkin’ Donuts will now be able to submit and pay for their orders in advance via the restaurant’s mobile app. The new ‘Order Ahead’ feature, which was launched in collaboration with Waze, allows customers to locate their nearest restaurant and tap a single button to launch the ordering page. To utilise the service, customers must sign up to become a member of the DD Perks rewards programme.

March 31st, 2017|

Mango integrates Shazam to PoS systems

Fashion brand Mango has partnered with mobile app Shazam, allowing customers to choose the music playing in its stores. Due to be rolled out initially in 20 stores across Spain, customers will be able to connect to the retailer’s playlists and choose which songs they would like to play while shopping. The Spanish brand becomes the first in Europe to offer such a service.

March 31st, 2017|

GUEST OPINION Cart abandonment on mobile is the elephant in the m-commerce room

Cart abandonment is the bane of all ecommerce retailers – but it is especially prevalent on mobile. Rimma Perelmuter, CEO at MEF explains why it happens and offers some views on what you can do about it When thinking about a digital issue, it helps to frame it as a (more…)

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March 31st, 2017|

Superdrug owner posts strong online growth

AS Watson, the parent company of Superdrug and The Perfume Shop, has announced that its global e-commerce businesses delivered a 47 per cent increase in health and beauty sales in 2016. In May 2014, the group announced plans to accelerate its digital a...

March 31st, 2017|

Lidl opens its largest UK distribution centre

Lidl UK has announced the opening of its eleventh regional distribution centre (RDC), in Wednesbury, West Midlands, as part of the supermarket chain’s expansion plans and creating 400 new jobs in the process. At 40,500 square metres, the Wednesbury distribution centre is Lidl’s largest to date and forms part of the firm’s £1.5 billion expansion investment between 2015 and 2018. The new RDC will service 56 stores, with an additional eight stores planned over the next two years.

March 31st, 2017|

Five multichannel themes from DFS

DFS this week reported record half-year results, which it puts down to a successful growth strategy. We took a look at the retailer is approaching multichannel development. Here are the key themes that we detected. Fast online growth Sofa retailer DFS showed that double-digit online growth was contributing to headline (more…)

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March 31st, 2017|

Samsung ‘trailblazing’ the mobile payments field

It has been a busy week for Samsung, which has announced iris scanning technology on its latest mobile handset, a new contactless payments platform and a tie-up with Visa on a payments innovation hub. The new Galaxy S8 handset provides users with more options to authenticate their purchases when shopping online either with a fingerprint, face and now via iris scanning. The patterns in a user’s irises are unique to them and are virtually impossible to replicate

March 31st, 2017|

How the UK customer experience might be improved: research

Three pieces of research out this week have interesting findings on how UK retailers might tweak their customer service in order to persuade more shoppers to buy from them. Here are some of the headlines. Answering customer queries consistently Some 93% of the 1,000 consumers questioned for the 2017 Eptica (more…)

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March 31st, 2017|