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New Feature of Bunnings’ App helps customers to find products faster

The new feature is available for many stores in Australia.

To help speed up shopping trips in-store, the Australian DIY store chain Bunnings has introduced Interactive Maps - a new feature within the Bunnings' Product Finder App, which is now available when visiting most stores across Australia. The new feature of Interactive Maps allows customers to view the location of a product and access the fastest route to get there based on their store entrance point. Customers can also find the location of different services in store, such as the trade desk or click and collect desk, and if they have multiple items on their shopping list, interactive maps can suggest the fastest path around the store to quickly pick-up products.
Interactive Maps is currently available for most stores across Australia and will be rolling out across the majority of the store network later this year. The Product Finder App is available to download from the App Store and Google Play.

|18 June 2021 | 11:11

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