Grocery co-op identifies urgent store issues with AI

Chain Store Age – Associated Food Stores (AFS) is leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to determine what really needs fixing in the store. Salt Lake City-based AFS, which consists of about 500 independent and corporately-owned stores in the western and southwestern U.S., found itself dealing with a growing number of SKUs. This resulted in more potential issues occurring at store level than a manager could effectively track or prioritize.

AFS may be ahead of the curve when it comes to applying AI to store-level SKU issues. According to the BRP, retail consulting firm, report, 2018 Integrated Planning and Inventory Management Survey, most retailers (67%) are not leveraging advanced analytics to improve their planning decisions and optimize inventory. In addition, only 39% of surveyed retailers identified improved analytics as a top priority.

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