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Retailing with Insight: Market Basket Analytics

Source: QuantiSense
Surprisingly few retail managers, planners, and executives make business decisions based directly on information regarding their customers’ purchasing behavior. This is a big problem for an industry whose very purpose is to fulfill the needs of their shoppers. This white paper examines how customer transaction information is vital to everyone within the retail enterprise.


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