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    Giant Eagle's GetGo Optimizes Fuel Pricing With KSS PriceNet

    PITTSBURGH -- Giant Eagle here has completed the rollout of KSS PriceNet software for fuel price automation and optimization at 105 of its GetGo convenience store locations.

    PITTSBURGH -- Giant Eagle here has completed the rollout of KSS PriceNet software for fuel price automation and optimization at 105 of its GetGo convenience store locations.

    "KSS PriceNet has provided us with the ability to automate and more effectively manage our fuel pricing process," said Dan Pastor, the chain's v.p. of fuel and convenience. We are focused on delivering exceptional value to our customers, and KSS PriceNet is helping us achieve this goal."

    Giant Eagle, one of the nation's largest food retailers and food distributors, with approximately $6.2 billion in annual sales, is using KSS PriceNet to automate manual fuel-pricing tasks.

    "The KSS PriceNet solution has allowed Giant Eagle to better understand, manage, and automate the fuel pricing process," said Bob Stein, c.e.o. of KSS's fuels division. "With PriceNet, Giant Eagle is able to react quickly to rapidly changing market conditions to ensure that they are delivering consistent value to their customers."

    KSS PriceNet is available as an on-site, fully integrated pricing system designed to add discipline to the pricing process and help operators make better-informed pricing decisions. KSS PriceNet organizes and analyzes all of the relevant pricing and market data, and provides dynamic pricing rules with an industry best-practice workflow and process to control all pricing activities. KSS PriceNet uses KSS' leading demand modeling and optimization technology to allow operators to set prices by taking into account the individual competitive and demand dynamics for each grade of fuel at each site.

    With about $6.2 billion in annual sales, Giant Eagle operates 144 corporate and 72 independently owned and operated supermarkets, in addition to more than 100 fuel and convenience stores throughout western Pennsylvania, Ohio, north central West Virginia, and Maryland.

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