The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. (A&P) has selected Retail 20/20 from Agilence, Inc., a provider of cloud-based exception reporting solutions, to assist the grocer's chain-wide effort to reduce shrink and fraud. The solution will roll out to all A&P stores.
Agilence's 'Flexible Reporting Tool'
"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," explained Jim D'Arcy, A&P's VP loss prevention and food safety. "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," added Russ Hawkins, CEO of Mount Laurel, N.J.-based 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."
Montvale, N.J.-based 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.