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Brico Dépôt Iberia launches scan and go app

The new app is available for Brico Dépôt's customers in Spain and Portugal.

The new app is available for Brico Dépôt's customers in Spain and Portugal.

Brico Dépôt Iberia has launched a scan and go app for its customers in Spain and Portugal. Called "Brico and Go", the app can be used in all 31 Brico Dépôt stores in the two countries, British parent company Kingfisher states. Customers will be able to place orders by scanning the barcodes of the items they want to buy and pay through the app. They can either place the products in a basket or trolley as they scan them and pay on the way out of the store via the app, or use the app to compile and pay for an order, which is then picked by a Brico Dépôt store colleague and brought to the customer within 30 minutes. They will also be able to check product prices, offers and stock levels, access previous purchase history to enable simple repeat ordering of frequently used items and, for professional customers, store invoices for accounting purposes.

|15 October 2020 | 07:38

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