Working with white label software developer Formjet Innovations, it plans to offer seven software products including word processing, internet security, anti-virus, and “edutainment” packages. And with the exception of its anti-virus application, the software will be fully compatible with Microsoft products including Vista.
Woolworths isn’t the first retailer to try out the software market, Tesco launched a range //www.techdigest.tv/2006/10/tesco_pc_softwa.html last year. Like that range, it’s expected the the Woolies software will also go for the “value for money” price point.
Expect it sometime next month.
Via The Register