TANGIBLE BENEFITS ACHIEVED BY PRICE CHOPPER

Brian Monaco, Manager of Customer Service at Price Chopper Supermarkets, lists out the tangible benefits achieved by Price Chopper, by working with Logile and our solutions to optimize labor and improve execution compliance.

Price Chopper, a division of Golub Corporation, has been a valued customer of Logile’s since 2006.

TANGIBLE BENEFITS ACHIEVED BY PRICE CHOPPER

Brian Monaco, Manager of Customer Service at Price Chopper Supermarkets, lists out the tangible benefits achieved by Price Chopper, by working with Logile and our solutions to optimize labor and improve execution compliance.

Price Chopper, a division of Golub Corporation, has been a valued customer of Logile’s since 2006.

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Oct 24 – 26, 2017

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