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A high-ranking executive at a U.S. retailer was recently faced with a serious issue; his company was being outsold by a competitor who was gaining considerable market share. “How can this be?” he thought to himself. We have the best legacy system available to help us with industry forecasting. What the executive didn’t know was that his competitor had stepped into the 21st century and away from the legacy systems of yester-year. When the executive assembled a team of company leaders to figure out what the competitor was doing so differently to be so successful in the marketplace, they were shocked…
Latest Press Release - Data Profits Chosen by Gartner Research for Inclusion in 2013 Forecasting and Replenishment Guide for Retailers
Leading mid-market SaaS Supply Chain & Planning solution highlighted by Gartner
Atlanta, September 17, 2013 – Data Profits Inc. has been selected by Gartner Research to be included in their latest research report titled “The Gartner Retail Forecasting and Replenishment Vendor Guide, 2013,” published in August 2013. In this annual guide, Mike Griswold, Research VP at Gartner, analyzes the available SCM solutions to identify the key demand driven forecasting and inventory replenishment functionality that leads to higher supply chain performance and profitability. This guide is designed to be the starting point for retailers to select an appropriate solution provider based on forecasting and replenishment initiatives.View More Press Releases
Latest Blog - Avoid These Time-Bombs In Forecasting and Replenishment
Forecasting and Replenishment: a Time-Bomb Awaits.
Customer preferences have been changing; customers want personalization, on-demand product information like price deals, and exceptional customer service like 2 day delivery. For companies to be successful in this marketplace, they must adapt the way they do business to accommodate such changes. One aspect of a business, which directly relates to accommodating such change is forecasting and inventory replenishment. The real story is how market expectations have moved far beyond legacy inventory replenishment systems.View More Blogs