Price Chopper to Expand Deployment of Labor Systems

Price Chopper here announced today that it is expanding its deployment of labor management applications from Logile, Irving, Texas, adding Employee Self-Service, Optimized Dispatch Labor Scheduling, Time and Attendance, Task and Operations Management, and Dynamic Reforecasting and Rescheduling modules over the next nine months at all 119 stores.

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Price Chopper here announced today that it is expanding its deployment of labor management applications from Logile, Irving, Texas, adding Employee Self-Service, Optimized Dispatch Labor Scheduling, Time and Attendance, Task and Operations Management, and Dynamic Reforecasting and Rescheduling modules over the next nine months at all 119 stores.

The chain had previously deployed Logile’s Enterprise Labor Model, Interaction Workflow Calendar, Sales and Labor Planning, Execution Compliance, and Enterprise Performance Management and Reporting modules.

“Despite the condition of the economy, we believe that companies who invest in customer-focused solutions, with a long-term view, will continue to grow and strengthen their operations, providing them a better competitive position than those who do not,” said David Golub, Price Chopper’s vice president of store operations, in a statement.

“With Logile’s complete solution, we will have a closed-loop workforce and execution management solution that covers the full labor management spectrum, from understanding our labor requirements, to planning and scheduling, to monitoring execution, to responding to changing business conditions, all in real-time.”

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