Retail Tech Company Storewise Unveils Dynamic Sales Reporting Tool

Storewise | July 16, 2022 | Read time : 01:58 min

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Fast-growing grocery automation software company Storewise, has announced a new tool for independent grocers with low or no visibility into their store’s sales performance. The Dynamic Sales Reporting module is the sixth solution service on the Storewise platform, available independently or in combination with TPR Automation, Price Analysis, Price Manager, Risk Reduction and Ordering technology-based solution modules.

“Today’s competitive landscape demands that a store owner know the sales performance of each and every store, With the new Sales Reporting tool, we give retailers the instant insight they need to make the right decision at the right time by comparing present to past performance at every level of detail.”

-Christopher Greco, President and CEO of Storewise.

Sales Reporting gives retailers the control they need to analyze store, department, and item-level performance previously requiring hours of manual effort and cross-comparison between multiple reports before yielding actionable insights.

“All of our previous reporting was based on weekly Excel files we would have to then cut and paste or merge to evaluate sales opportunities, Unfortunately, that was time consuming and prevented us from evaluating sales opportunities like we should. Having push button dynamic reporting allows us to look for negative trends we can turn around operationally.”

-John Stanze, Director of Operations at Cosentino’s Food Stores.

Sales Reporting is one of many modules included within the Storewise grocery automation platform which protects and maximizes profits by using: Price Analysis and Price Manager, allowing owners to keep prices correct; Ordering bridge-buying program allowing retailers to order allowance items that are expiring and not coming back “on-deal” immediately; Risk Reduction, which provides POS exception reporting, catches losses and improves training opportunities; and TPR Automation, which increases gross margin by matching TPR’s to in-store pricing.

About Storewise-
Storewise exists to help independent grocers rise against competitors by creating software that automates manual tasks and reduces errors; protecting profits, guaranteed. Our team provides straightforward data analytics and automation software that enables independent grocers to prevent loss, compete more effectively, and sets the stage for future innovations. Beyond software, we provide grocers with a team of industry veterans and support specialists ready to work together and strengthen their business.


Everything about your business starts with highly reliable data, consistently applied throughout the organization. Bad data quality can have a measurable impact on the business. When your internal clients don’t have access to the most current, correct data, it obstructs their view of the customer, making for awkward relationships, failed business initiatives, and compliance risk.


Everything about your business starts with highly reliable data, consistently applied throughout the organization. Bad data quality can have a measurable impact on the business. When your internal clients don’t have access to the most current, correct data, it obstructs their view of the customer, making for awkward relationships, failed business initiatives, and compliance risk.

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