Price Chopper deploys cloud-based loss prevention program

Price Chopper said it will implement the 20/20 cloud-based exception reporting solution from Agilence, according to Progressive Grocer. The exception reporting solution provides store-level insights. The retailer formerly had a retail loss prevention and operations legacy exception platform. "We were looking for a tool that was very easy to use, while being powerful enough to handle our complex reports and queries," said Scott Ziter, director of security." Price Chopper's parent company is The Golub Corp. Story

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