NEW YORK — Red Apple here has begun leveraging a data warehouse system to uncover insights into labor and ordering requirements as well as develop a better understanding of consumer buying habits at specific supermarkets across its 34-store Gristede's chain. Red Apple received the refrigerator-sized data warehouse — a Data Warehouse Appliance from Teradata, Dayton, Ohio — at its Manhattan headquarters in February, and after an evaluation period, purchased the technology in April, said Chris ...

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