Price Chopper Supermarkets, Schenectady, N.Y., has made a major investment over the past year in centralized, Web-based labor technology from Logile, Irving, Texas. In July, Logile announced that Price Chopper, which had already deployed a series of the vendor's modules, would be adding several more over the next nine months. “Labor is a huge part of whether we're profitable or not,” said Greg Zeh, Price Chopper's vice president of information systems. Therefore, he added, even during this ...
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