Grocery delivery service Jisp has achieved 150,000 scans on shelf edge barcodes across 61 Nisa stores nationally.
As a result, 4,300 shoppers have saved £70,000 since 13 September 2021, by scanning participating brands’ product barcodes in stores.
Jisp’s leading conversation rates include that 95% of shoppers have scanned and added vouchers to their digital wallets, with 93% of those shoppers going on to redeem that product in-store.
“Scan & Save is helping shoppers save on everyday essentials which is something that is really needed at this time,” Jisp chief executive and founder Julian Fisher said.
“For brands, we’re delivering industry-leading results and ROI, whilst helping them to understand the who, what, where and when of independent convenience retail.”
Nisa head of central operations James Taylor added: “This is an excellent milestone, and we are absolutely delighted that Nisa partners and their shoppers are benefiting from Jisp’s innovative Scan & Save solution.
“We’re looking forward to many more of Nisa’s independent retailers getting onboard and reaping the rewards.”