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Target will add three new sortation centres in the next year – two in greater Chicago and one in the Denver metro – as it looks to “power even speedier delivery for our guests, while helping our teams work more efficiently and reducing our shipping costs”.

The new additions will line up alongside Target’s six existing sortation centres across the US.


On demand delivery firm Zapp has launched Zapp Boutique, making it the first company in the quick commerce space to stock Daylesford, Dr. Barbara Sturm, OnlyRoses, Lelo, Trudon and a number of other premium brands.

Customers will now be able to shop products from Antinori, Brindisa, Cipriani, Cîroc, Dr. Barbara Sturm, Fornasetti, Ginori 1735, La Roche-Posay, Lina Stores, Lelo, Moët & Chandon, Trudon, tonies and Vichy.

London-based high-end gifting brand OnlyRoses has joined the line-up of brands available on Zapp Boutique.

Its Infinite Rose Waldorf Crimson (£209.99) and Infinite Rose Champagne (£104.99) arrangements will be available for rapid delivery, 24/7.


Tata Consultancy Services has helped Marks and Spencer (M&S) digitally transform its HR function.

TCS has been a strategic partner to M&S for over a decade.

For the HR transformation journey, its team built a cloud-based solution using the Oracle HCM suite.  

As part of the programme, TCS migrated 27 million records of M&S employees working across 1,450 locations in the UK, and enabled “seamless, secure data connects across the landscape”.

The solution provides the workforce with anytime, anywhere, intuitive self-service capabilities.

This allows HR operations teams to focus on other value adding activities.

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