Amid fierce competition, retailers are looking to artificial intelligence to stay competitive and meet the needs of consumers.

This includes convenience stores, which face unique challenges like store location and appearance, cleanliness, and speed of service. A growing number of convenience stores are looking to AI to automate and simplify day-to-day operations.

In the latest issue of CSP, Lev Kurts looks at four ways that AI is shaking up the convenience store industry. One of them is inventory management.

Daisy CEO Gary Saarenvirta comments that AI can help convenience stores determine the product to promote, the prices to charge, and how much inventory to have in-store.

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