In these uncertain economic times, retailers continue to value technology that can help them cut costs or burnish sales prospects
For just about every business challenge retailers face, there is a technology solution. For example, Price Chopper Supermarkets, Schenectady, N.Y., has found that e-procurement services that conduct reverse auctions are able to drive down the cost of food products and store equipment. In Hawaii, Foodland Super Market has been able address store performance issues via the insights provided by a business intelligence system. For Family Dollar, technology has turned the 7,000-store chain from ...
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