The price software is right

Tarnowski, Joseph
September 2007
Progressive Grocer;9/15/2007, Vol. 86 Issue 12, p100
Trade Publication
The article presents information on price and promotion optimization software used by retailers. These include PriceStrat from KSS and being used by Ball's Food Stores, Price, Promotion, and TradePoint software modules from DemandTec and being used by Bi-Lo, and Web-based Retail Advanced Pricing System from Revionics and being used by DeLano's IGA Markets.


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