ATLANTA — Implementing a unified corporate data system is helping both Canadian retail giant Sobeys and regional food retailer Brookshire Grocery react faster and better to consumer needs, executives from those companies said last week. “We had complex systems that didn't talk to each other,” said Clinton Keay, senior vice president and chief information officer of Sobeys, Stellarton, Nova Scotia. “We'd all be in a meeting and everyone would have different numbers. We needed a simplified, ...

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