NEW YORK — Sobeys, Stellarton, Nova Scotia, has achieved better in-stock position, improved sales and margins, and reduced shrink in perishable departments through the implementation of a fresh item management system, said Clinton Keay, senior vice president and chief information officer for the retailer. Speaking Sunday at the National Retail Federation’s 99th Annual Convention & Expo here, Keay described Sobeys' adoption of the system, which its stores use to track perishables ...
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