ATLANTA -- Scan-based trading is working in pilots at Schnuck Markets and Wal-Mart Stores, and these retailers plan to expand the test to more categories and vendors. Despite greater than expected challenges, particularly in the area of synchronizing data with manufacturers, scan-based trading is resulting in improved customer service, better in-stock positions and assortments, higher sales and operational savings, all contributing to greater profits. So said Craig Schnuck, chairman and ...
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