Decision-support systems, which allow retailers to pluck information they can act upon from oceans of data, are becoming a business necessity in the supermarket industry, say participants in SN's Executive Roundtable. port is tempered by the demands such systems place on their own operations. These range from making sure the data going in are "clean" to ensuring the right people have access to the right decision-support tools -- and that they use them correctly. SN: What are some of the ...
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