Sainsbury’s, the U.K.’s second largest retailer with 2,200 stores and a large digital presence, offers customers a wide range of distinctive, quality products at competitive prices. Recently, its leadership transformed the company, merging all their different offerings into one multi-brand, multi-channel business, eliminating data silos, and making data available to everyone in the company. They chose Snowflake on AWS to be the cornerstone of their transformation and retained a Resident Solutions Architect (RSA) through Snowflake’s Professional Services team to help bring their goals into reality.
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