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Bricks & Mortar is still a grocery battleground. Gain and delight customers by optimizing all aspects of macrospace from store to floor.

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Consumer preferences are changing faster than ever before.  Without AI, you just can’t keep up. From clustering & assortment to planograms and shelf planning, we’ve got a better way to work.

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Millions of dollars are spent on planograms, merchandising, and promotions.  Our AI-powered solutions help you maximize ROI at the shelf.

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Category Planning Insights

More than half of US consumers plan to stock up in the event of another COVID-19 shutdown, Acosta finds

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Why Transferable Demand is Essential for Grocery Assortment Planning

Read Symphony RetailAI industry expert, Gina Hargrave’s article in Consumer Goods Technology magazine about how CPGs and retailer partners need enhanced capabilities to identify shopper behavior and help calculate transferable demand faster and more accurately.

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Podcast: Convenience retail today & why small scale stores need to think big when it comes to data

Convenience stores may be smaller than standard grocery, but their impact is larger than ever and they need to turn themselves into destination locations. That means ‘thinking big’ about understanding customers and having access to the data that enables that understanding.

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Acosta survey reveals 75% of consumers fear shutdowns from second virus wave

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Weekly grocery shopping down 20% since COVID-19 outbreak

Since the start of the COVID-19 crisis in mid-March, the percentage of consumers doing their grocery shopping once a week or more fell from 67% to 47%, but many are now spending more each trip, new research from consumer packaged goods (CPG) sales and marketing firm Acosta finds.

Further, Acosta’s latest COVID-19 survey revealed that 75% of consumers think a second wave of coronavirus infections could swing many areas of the country back to shutting down businesses and public spaces, after states and municipalities had begun reopening in late May. Worries about the pandemic is highest in the South and West, with 44% and 37% respectively saying they’re more concerned now versus the start of the outbreak.

Read the full story: Supermarket News, July 23, 2020

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