TORONTO — Successful retailers are focused on effectively and efficiently using technology and sound strategies to tailor assortment and pricing practices to address the specific dynamics of the markets they serve, according to a new study conducted by Karabus Management here and Willard Bishop, Barrington, Ill. “The opportunity is significant for those grocers who implement leading practices — at least a 5% sales opportunity which, in today’s competitive marketplace, represents the ...

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