NEW YORK — Key Food Stores Cooperative here has experienced a range of benefits as a result of implementing a business-intelligence (BI) system for its wholesale operations and its 118 independently owned supermarkets in the summer of 2009, according to Steve Pfirrman, director of IT for Key Food. The BI system — called QlikView, from Qlik Technologies, Radnor, Pa., and implemented by Allegro BI, Murray Hill, N.J. — has helped Key Food and its retail owners manage a wide range of ...

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