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Smarter commerce to support yogurt market gains with big data analytics
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Case Study: Andrews Distributing
Andrews Distributing quenches thirst for sales growth with analytics
As part of the IBM® SMART Program, Andrews worked with Southern Methodist University to develop a predictive analytics solution that mines data on 1,000 SKUs sold at 10,000 retailers, and reveals new insights about beer category sales in different retail environments.
- 35% compound monthly growth rate
“ We have a powerful beer portfolio, and customizing it for our retailers’ customers creates tremendous value. A retailer that offers an optimal assortment of products can transform the way its customers perceive it. Instead of being just a standard liquor store or restaurant, it can become a destination for beer-lovers far and wide. ”
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