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France’s Fnac Darty teams up with Google to improve online retail services -Breaking


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO. A Fnac staff member prepares to reopen a Paris Fnac store as part of an easement of country’s lockdown restrictions during the COVID-19 outbreak in France. FILE PHOTO. REUTERS/Sarah Meyssonnier

(Reuters] – Fnac Darty, a French retail chain, said Wednesday it had entered into a new partnership (NASDAQ:) with Google as part of its efforts to increase the quality and efficiency of its online services.

Fnac Darty and Google will partner to create Fnac Darty websites that use Google Cloud Retail Search. It is an innovative solution for customers looking for products.

In a joint statement, the group stated that Fnac Darty has been the first french retailer to adopt the Google Cloud solution. It is a step which sets new standards for online and mobile shopping.

Google will be used by the retailer to assist with its operations.

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