Haggen, a 33-store regional grocer based in Bellingham, Wash., selects Retalix HQ to replace its legacy pricing system. The grocer uses the Retalix HQ, a centralized, rules-based pricing and inventory management solution, to help it control authorized items, costs and prices. The system also helps standardize the company's pricing best-practice disciplines for consistent execution of its price strategy. Features include multiple module configurations, which enable the grocer to implement a point solution for pricing, or an enterprise-wide merchandising and execution system.
"The Retalix solution is the clear market leader in its category, with a proven track record in the grocery business as an end-to-end solution," said Harrison Lewis, vice president and CIO of Haggen. "Retalix HQ will enable us to more efficiently manage our item and vendor information while aiding in the successful implementation of our pricing automation and optimization initiatives."