Decision-support systems have traditionally been headquarters-based tools, helping top executives decide the big, chainwide issues. But retailers are now seeing huge advantages in bringing decision support to the store level and mining databases for a variety of information specific to each location -- and each customer. A growing number of retailers, for example, are now using advanced decision-support tools to analyze information to determine which products are purchased together at a ...
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