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In The News
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Feb 22, 2021

Unveiled at the SENPA Natural Industry Alliance SOHO Expo, Crisp has launched its programmatic commerce platform. The software helps food brands and retailers analyze consumer behavior, identify potential supply chain disruptions, predict store and online traffic, track inventory and product performance, understand store conditions and replenish both virtual and in-store shelves at speed and scale. Read the full story here

In The News
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Feb 16, 2021

Are Traasdahl speaks with Richard Miron about good business and doing good - have a listen here. 

In The News, Business Insights
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Feb 12, 2021

Greenleaf Foods, the producer of Lightlife and Field Roast brands offering plant-based hot dogs, tempeh, sausages, deli slices, and more, has started using the New York-based software company Crisp’s information platform to manage business more smoothly. Read the full article by Emily Park in Supermarketer Perimeter.

In The News
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Feb 03, 2021

For nearly a year, shopping for groceries and household items has felt a bit like the wild west. Whether by choice or by force, 75% of consumers tried a new store, a different way of shopping or a new brand, according to McKinsey & Company.
Working with partners across the supply chain, applying solutions that connect information systems and leveraging smart analytics can provide the insight required to move consumers toward your brand, even as shopping behaviors continue to evolve.
Thanks to @FoodIndustryCO for sharing this take by Crisp CEO Are Traasdahl on the switches taking place and the data strategies needed to get on the road to recovery. Full article available here.

In The News
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Feb 01, 2021

Technology solutions at food retail have proliferated in recent years, and never more so than in the past pandemic-fueled year. Harnessing the power of artificial intelligence, machine learning and data has become a necessity as consumers quickly shift from in-store shopping to e-commerce and simultaneously expect stores to offer a personalized, frictionless experience. Read the full story here.

In The News
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Jan 29, 2021

Crisp Founder & CEO Are Trassdahl joins Jill Malandrino on Nasdaq #TradeTalks to discuss how AI and machine learning are optimizing the food supply chain here on YouTube.

In The News
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Jan 19, 2021

When Walmart announced its potential investment in TikTok, the first question on many people’s minds was ‘why?’ Now, just months later, TikTok has announced its own commerce partnership with Shopify, home to over one million merchants just itching to reach TikTok’s audience of active young buyers.

In The News
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Dec 28, 2020

Are Traasdahl, CEO and co-founder of Crisp, predicts key trends that will impact the food supply chain in 2021 here in Supermarket News. 

In The News
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Dec 22, 2020

Are Traasdahl, CEO and co-founder of Crisp, predicts six key trends that will impact the food supply chain in 2021 to help retailers and food companies improve their planning and agility in the coming year. Read the predictions here.

In The News, COVID-19
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Dec 21, 2020

COVID-19 has highlighted the complexity of meeting rapidly changing consumer needs with siloed data sources across the food supply chain. A new and overdue approach, called programmatic commerce, is built upon fully connected systems and will enable food manufacturers, distributors and retailers to pivot even beyond the pandemic. Starting with the consumer buying experience across digital and in-store channels, retailers are gathering and sharing valuable data and insights in order to serve up the right products in the right places where they are needed most, meeting customer expectations and reducing waste across the entire supply chain. Read the full article in Food Safety Tech by Crisp Founder and CEO Are Traasdahl here.