Retail Systems Awards 2023 winners

The 2023 Retail Systems Awards took place yesterday evening, in a ceremony at The Waldorf Hilton in the West End.

The 18th annual event brought the retail sector together once again to celebrate excellence and innovation in the industry.

Among some of the winners were KPS & Harrods, Eagle Eye & Asda, and Bensons For Beds.

Other stand-out winners included Pets at Home and OneStock and TCS and M&S.

The full list of winners are as follows:

Online Innovation of the Year
WINNER: Antavo Enterprise Loyalty Cloud

Technology Project of the Year – Sponsored by Patchworks
WINNER: Eagle Eye & Asda

Retailer of the Year – Sponsored by GK Software
WINNER: Norrøna

Sustainable Retail Award
WINNER: PPDS

In-Store Technology of the Year
WINNER: Meshh

Point of Sale Technology of the Year
WINNER: Bensons For Beds

Mobile Innovation of the Year
WINNER: MoEngage

E-commerce Solution of the Year – Sponsored by Vertex
WINNER: Wunderkind

Omnichannel Solution of the Year
WINNER: Pets at Home and OneStock

E-commerce Technology Vendor of the Year
WINNER: LoyaltyLion

Omnichannel Technology Vendor of the Year
WINNER: Goodays

Data and Analytics Company of the Year
WINNER: TruRating

Artificial Intelligence Project of the Year
WINNER: SymphonyAI Retail CPG

Delivery Solution of the Year
WINNER: Selazar

Retail Trailblazer
WINNER: Nibble Technology

Most Disruptive Retail Technology
WINNER: GK Software SE

Resilience in Retail Award
WINNER: mobiquity - Comviva

Retail Partnership of the Year – Sponsored by Cegid
WINNER: TCS and M&S

Online Marketplace of the Year
WINNER: Fruugo

Logistics and Supply Chain Award
WINNER: Traka UK

Alternative Payments Solution
WINNER: Newpay

Experiential or Personalised Retail Solution of the Year
WINNER: KPS & Harrods

Payments System of the Year
WINNER: Brite Payments

Payments Innovation Award

WINNER: Checkout.com

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