Aldi invests in digital commerce with new partnership
ALDI U.S. is always looking for new ways to save its customers time and money. That is the reason why Aldi is working with Spryker Systems to develop a new online food and grocery shopping experience for the U.S. market, offering grocery delivery or curbside pickup for Aldi shoppers.
The new digital commerce platform is currently being tested with a select group of U.S. customers and is planned to be rolled out nationally in a phased approach.
“Our partnership with Spryker will allow our shoppers another way to access the incredible value they expect from ALDI,” said Scott Patton, Aldi's vice president of national buying.
“Spryker’s composable and headless commerce platform offers a best-of-breed approach, providing enterprises with the flexibility and scalability needed to adjust to a constantly changing market, accelerating digital growth and transformation, and providing consumers with a more seamless and simple shopping experience,” said Boris Lokschin, co-founder and CEO at Spryker.
ALDI is one of America's fastest-growing retailers, serving millions of customers across the country each month. With 2,200 stores across 38 states, ALDI is on track to become the third-largest grocery retailer by store count by the end of 2022.