A growing number of distributors are looking to take continuous replenishment program initiatives to a higher level of sophistication by bringing store-level data into the equation. In the next year, several distributors plan to incorporate point-of-sale and other store-specific data into CRP orders in the hope of gaining greater order accuracies and responsiveness to changing market needs. Currently, most continuous replenishment programs are based on warehouse turns. Greater reliance on ...
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