STORE ORDERING BY DEMAND

Supermarket retailers in North America and around the world are showing increasing interest in using sophisticated forecasting software fueled by point-of-sale (POS) data, rather than seat-of-the-pants intuition, to stock their stores.This process, generally known as computer-assisted ordering (CAO), replenishes store shelves in a relatively precise way based on consumer demand and specific occurrences

Supermarket retailers in North America and around the world are showing increasing interest in using sophisticated forecasting software fueled by point-of-sale (POS) data, rather than seat-of-the-pants intuition, to stock their stores.

This process, generally known as computer-assisted ordering (CAO), replenishes store shelves in a relatively precise way based on consumer demand and specific occurrences (bad weather, traffic construction, a big promotion) at individual stores. It repl

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