ARGOS


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AcronymDefinition
ARGOSAdvanced Research and Global Observation Satellite
ARGOSAdvanced Rocketry Group of Switzerland
ARGOSArt and Restoration Glossary Operating System
ARGOSArmy Global Outlook System (US Army)
ARGOSAirborne Remote Geographic/Oceanographic System
ARGOSAssociation of Research Groups for Spinal Osteosynthesis (est. 1996)
ARGOSAUTEC Real-Time Graphic Online Support System
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Sainsbury's will increase the number of Argos concessions from 13 to 30 and open five mini Habitat stores within its supermarkets over the coming months.
As well as handling Argos customer enquiries, the customer management team also responds to queries relating to Habitat and Sainsbury's Tu clothing ranges that are available through the Argos website.
Andrew Hartley, Toy Buying Manager at Argos, said: "WWE toys have been a firm favourite with Argos customers for decades -- they're a perennially popular toy that will sell in huge numbers for years to come.
Anita said everything sounded normal as the official Argos automated message asked him to choose an option.
The Sainsbury's-owned group is creating the roles as part of a major push that will take Argos' tech team to 800 workers.
Sainsbury's says the new Argos will "bring extra choice and convenience" for customers and will still have "thousands of products for immediate pickup" - but a further 20,000 items will be available only to collect in-store "within hours".
A year after Sainsbury's splashed out PS1.4bn to acquire Argos and Habitat owner Home Retail Group, Mike Coupe said that the company's rapid expansion will help take the fight to rivals such as Amazon.
The launch of Argos click and collect in Sainsbury's convenience stores is part of a longer-term plan to have 2,000 "points of presence" for the general goods retailer.
Sainsbury's has committed to opening 250 Argos concessions over three years, with boss Mike Coupe saying every supermarket in the country will eventually have either a store-in-store or a click-and-collect point.