Walgreens looks to 'enhance the customer experience' with CCR rollout (Part 1)

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Walgreens’ Customer Centric Retailing effort is aimed at aligning the chain’s mix with what its customers really want from the stores; eliminating hundreds of redundant, slow-turning SKUs; and boosting front-end productivity. Among emerging areas of opportunity in CCR stores are enhanced beer and wine selections, expanded fresh food assortments, a beauty aisle makeover and more private-brand items. More than 2,100 Walgreens stores already have been transformed to CCR stores, including this store in Atlanta.

Click here to see the Walgreens Annual Report.