Talking tech: Improving out-of-stocks

By Petah Marian | 18 April 2011

With retailers facing an increasingly cautious consumer, and doing all they to squeeze their supply chains, there remains a huge opportunity for incremental growth through improving out-of-stocks. Petah Marian reports.

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With retailers facing an increasingly cautious consumer, and doing all they to squeeze their supply chains, there remains a huge opportunity for incremental growth through improving out-of-stocks. Petah Marian reports.

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