Within retail, the grocery business is at the forefront when it comes to innovations in data analytics. However, the software that enables predictive analytics is decades old, developed when computing technology was not nearly as powerful as it is today. “Traditional” predictive analytics approaches are rife with opportunities for disruption.

Read the full article from Progressive Grocer here.

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