Las Vegas — Brookshire Grocery Co., Tyler, Texas, expects its adoption next April of an expansive suite of retail applications from SAP, including category management, to help the company become more shopper-focused, said executives familiar with the implementation. According to Paul Christman, executive vice president, Winston Weber and Associates, Memphis, Tenn., a category-management consulting firm working with Brookshire, Brookshire's legacy technology had too many limitations and “was ...

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