On-Demand Webinar
The New Rules of Grocery Demand Forecasting 


Exclusive research reveals how retailers are moving forward with key supply chain initiatives and innovative technologies

The pandemic tested grocers’ supply chains in new ways, but also revealed opportunities to grow and improve. As new threats loom and inflation surges, exclusive benchmark research from Incisiv and Symphony RetailAI reveals how retailers are moving forward with key supply chain initiatives, innovative technologies and the latest approaches to demand-forecasting and replenishment.

Watch a panel discussion to get a first look at new benchmarking research and gain insights including:

• The two key areas 88% of retailers say are their top supply chain opportunities
• The five priorities for retailers to drive growth in 2022
• How to solve the big data dilemma 92% of retailers face
• The top barrier preventing 40% of retailers from using the most innovative technologies
• Contingency planning best practices for new supply chain disruptions

A great grocery supply chain transformation is underway. Please join us to learn more and be prepared for whatever the future holds.

Learn more about our presenters:

Troy Prothero

SVP, Product Management, Supply Chain Solutions
Symphony RetailAI

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.



Chief Insights Officer

Gaurav is regarded as a leading digital transformation expert focused on consumer industries of retail, consumer products, lodging and restaurants. He leads Incisiv’s Digital Executive Council, founded EKN Research drove transformation programs at large global retailers during his time with Tata Consultancy Services.



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