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Revionics Making Retail Merchandizing Optimization Social
In November 2012, Revionics, Inc., a cloud-based provider of merchandise optimization solutions, acquired SkuLoop, a provider of social commerce-driven

science dictionaries definitions  predictive analytics and demand-based science to help retailers obtain the best results across all touchpoints in the multi-channel shopping realm—online, in-store, social, and mobile—by  aiding with decisions in product, price, promotion, placement, and space allocation. Over 31,000 retail locations with $95 billion in annual revenue across grocery, drug, building materials, convenience, general merchandise, discount, sporting goods stores, and e-commerce sites use Revionics’ optimization

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