SKILLMAN, N.J. -- Consumer Products Inc. here is equipping its salespeople with a software tool that enables them to perform detailed category analyses with a few mouse clicks. "Our people are calling it 'Cat-Man in a Can,' " said Randy Scott, manager of sales technology at CPI, a Johnson & Johnson company that markets baby care, first-aid and skin care products. The nickname refers to the software's automated category management capabilities. The software system's rollout to the full ...
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