Dallas-based SymphonyAI Retail CPG has been selected by St. Louis-based supermarket chain Save A Lot for data-driven supply chain solutions that provide more accurate end-to-end insights and enable grocers to better meet shopper needs while minimizing stockouts and substitutions.
The SymphonyAI Retail CPG solutions being implemented by Save A Lot include master data management, core merchandising, insights, vendor portal and retail operations.
“At Save A Lot, we have undertaken a strategic transformation from grocery retailer to licensed wholesaler,” said Jennifer Hopper, CIO.
“With SymphonyAI Retail CPG technology, we get best-in-class solutions and can evolve to full end-to-end supply chain optimization that best supports our owner/operator Retail Partner network while giving us enhanced business agility, efficiency and scalability.”
SymphonyAI Retail CPG’s supply chain management and optimization solutions provide retailers with real-time inventory visibility, including best-in-breed data synchronization to centralize ownership and data flows for business agility in an omnichannel environment, as well as unified order management and complete store and channel insights. The goal is to improve shopper satisfaction, reduce waste and decrease out-of-stocks through higher organizational intelligence and improved decisions.
“We are pleased to partner with an innovative grocery wholesaler like Save A Lot to speed and streamline supply chain and store operations, enhancing both shopper experience and business performance,” said Raj Marimuthu, general manager of supply chain management, SymphonyAI Retail.
“We lead the industry in MDM and merchandising capabilities with a seamless path to full end-to-end AI-based insights, including demand forecasting AI – all with a compelling ROI value proposition.”
SymphonyAI Retail CPG is a provider of end-to-end, integrated AI-powered merchandising, marketing and supply chain solutions for retailers and CPG manufacturers worldwide. SymphonyAI Retail CPG solutions enhance agility, performance and revenue growth across the retail value chain from source to consumer.
Founded in 1977, Save A Lot has more than 850 stores in 32 states. For more information, visit SaveALot.com.