- Advanced Solutions (12)
- Archeology (6)
- Event Management Solutions (3)
- Events (15)
- Grocery E-commerce (15)
- Innovation (18)
- IT Services (13)
- Land Stewardship (8)
- Locker Solutions (15)
- Natural Resources (4)
- NOC Operations (11)
- Operations (9)
- Science Projects (9)
- Security (8)
- Smart Retail (15)
- Supply Chain (11)
We are highlighting three of our solutions at the event:
- Mighty+ - Mighty Oaks cloud based e-commerce and delivery management software platform. Designed for the independent, it is the idea platform to embrace Omni-channel.
- SoftExpert – running on the Mighty Oaks cloud, SoftExpert is used to drive sustainable innovation, learn how it is being used by food and pharma manufacturing and distribution to ensure HACCP and GMP compliance.
- OMNION Cool lockers. Learn how our sister company OMNION is helping to drive sustainable delivery solutions with advanced locker technology.
As the tech industry and traditional grocery store brands flock to online groceries, this is the critical question to ask. Historically online grocery sales have represented only 1% of sales in Canada, which is not a lot considering many online grocery retailers have been doing it for the better part of a decade. Several of our customers were among these early adopters of online for groceries. This year online sales are expected to double to 2% with many analysts projecting we will hit the 20% level over the next five years. The US and Canada follows similar trends.
Demand for BC’s agrifood and seafood continues to grow. Sustainable growth is about strong market performance as well as ensuring that strength is evident in food supply security. We know that growing, harvesting and accessing healthy, safe and nutritious food results from sharing knowledge and creating strong networks.
We like showing off our new creations. Mighty+ is our cloud hosted SaaS offering. For years we have created highly customised e-commerce solutions used in the food supply chain. We have taken what we have learned, rewritten it for subscription world and now offering it as a pure cloud solution.
In the summer of 2015, Kitasoo/Xai’xais Nations joined the Indigenous Laws Project spearheaded by the Central Coast Indigenous Resource Alliance. Funding was found to hire 5 KX community researchers to work with 3 lawyers and assorted records management experts. A secure web application was built to house the resulting interactive database, a “Digital Archive”, of Collections, Items, Places and Case Briefs. As of Fall 2016, more than 1900 KX Items have been cataloged and ‘tagged’ using 50 different research fields—such as title, author, era, LUP theme, sensitivity, location, etc. These Items include maps, letters, charts, interview transcripts, books, photographs, reports, paintings, and carvings. The Items are grouped into 40 Collections, and have been collated into 29 Case Briefs. In addition, 201 Places have been identified.