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Modernizing the grocery supply chain

On-Demand Webinar | Presented 26 October, 2023

Learn about the latest innovations that increase collaboration, productivity and sales


Grocery supply chains are being asked to do more than ever to drive execution of complex merchandising strategies amid a challenging operating environment.  With shopper behavior increasingly volatile and expense pressures mounting, the time for modernizing is now.  But what does modernization look like, what are the risks of inaction, and what is the role of AI?

For answers to those questions, join two supply chain visionaries on Oct. 26 at 11 a.m. for a conversation about:

  • Recent research showing retailers’ investment priorities, key supply chain initiatives and the state of implementation.
  • The impact of AI and Generative AI on demand forecasting.
  • A new approach to collaboration via a shared platform for joint value creation.
  • The risk averse retailers’ guide to demonstrating the ROI of action.

Don’t miss this opportunity to improve the performance of your supply chain and learn from the best.  Watch it today on-demand!

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Troy Prothero

Troy leads the Symphony RetailAI team focused on improving the performance of retail supply chains. He understands the grocery industry's unique supply chain needs, and he has been at the forefront of implementing cutting edge data sharing technology for retailers. Prior to joining Symphony RetailAI, Troy held key roles with SAS, InVue, Retail Solutions, Inc, and the Delhaize Group.




Brian Kilcourse

Brian is a managing partner at Retail Systems Research LLC, who focus on helping companies develop winning strategies with its industry leading research focused on the extended retail industry. Before co-founding RSR in 2007, Brian was President & Chief Executive of Retail Systems Alert Group, a B2B media company focused on the retail ecosystem. Brian was the SVP & CIO at Longs Drug Stores, a $5B enterprise with markets in the U.S. West Coast and Hawaii, from 1993 through 2002.