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January 2014

Omni-Channel Profits That Lie Hidden In Your Supply Chain

Your Business will Not See Profits from Omni-Channel this Year

The giants of retail took a huge bite out of 2013 sales. What did Apple, Walmart, Amazon, Macy’s, and Target get right? Omni-channel retailing…. they did it big and did it well to far surpass other retailers last year. Omni-channel retailing is the new multi-channel retailing that concentrates on a seamless customer experience through all available shopping channels, be it mobile device, brick and mortar, computer, tv, etc.
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Changes in Demand Forecasting and Inventory Replenishment Methods: Top 5 Blogs of 2013

Demand Driven Inventory Management: Your Target in 2014

Demand Forecasting and Inventory Replenishment Methods were the top stories (blogs) downloaded and reviewed in 2013. Based on the number of readers and average time spent on a page (3min), these 5 stories stayed in front all year long. These stories are good indicators of where companies like yours see their opportunity to use better methodologies and new technology for higher supply chain profits in 2014.

 

Change is Good. Do You Know the Right Questions?

The marketplace changes faster today than anyone could have predicted 5 years ago. While many supply chain analysts have touted the need to be demand driven, the facts show that most retail, wholesale, and grocery businesses have done little to improve their processes. The good news is today hardware can run 3-5X faster than 5 years ago at 1/2 the cost. The bad news is that software systems cannot just be ‘upgraded’ to make use of the new hardware, forcing business to accept 3rd rate results or outlay large amounts of cash to write new software. Software companies have made it very difficult for buyers to understand what is old technology with a new wrapper and what is really new software technology. The following top stories of 2013 highlight the right questions to ask, why the questions are important and the answers you should expect.

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