A&P has selected Retail 20/20 to enhance its chain-wide effort to reduce shrink and fraud. Based out of New Jersey, A&P operates more than 300 stores in the Northeast under the A&P, Food Basics, The Food Emporium, Pathmark, Superfresh, and Waldbaum’s banners. Retail 20/20 will be utilized in all of their locations.
“We needed a flexible reporting tool that made it easier to analyze all of our data in one place, and one that was also available as a subscription,” said Jim D’Arcy, vice president loss prevention & food safety, The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company. “After evaluating all available solutions we chose Retail 20/20 because of its scalability and flexibility. The product will allow us to analyze the enterprise as a whole and also allow individual brand analysis which is critical due to the different go to market strategies each brand implements.”
“Retailers today are constantly evolving, and the data they collect reflects this,” said Russ Hawkins, CEO, Agilence. “That is why Retail 20/20 was built to be flexible, helping retailers like A&P personalize the solution for each of their brands.”