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Smart Retailing: The market is asking new questions. You need new answers.

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Today’s market is asking retailers some very difficult questions – questions that their existing processes and tools do not have the answer to. The only certainty is that consumers are less …

Today’s market is asking retailers some very difficult questions – questions that their existing processes and tools do not have the answer to. The only certainty is that consumers are less predictable than ever and buying patterns are changing at an exponential rate. It takes the proper mix of science, retail intelligence and merchandising art in order to ensure that every store in a supply chain carries the right inventory, while maintaining a high service level and market share. In order to adapt to the new market, retailers need to respond to the demands of the consumer at a local level.

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  • 1. The market is asking new questions…
  • 2. How are you doing more with less?
  • 3. How will you protect your market share?
  • 4. How will you align your business strategies with today’s customer?
  • 5. How quickly can you react to the pace of change?
  • 6. How do you plan to fulfill the local demands of your stores?
  • 7. How do you plan to meet the needs of new channels?
  • 8. How will you meet the challenge of internationalization?
  • 9. How do you treat 1,000 stores like they are your only one?
  • 10. You need new answers…
  • 11. is the answer.
  • 12. Q assortment & range planning Qforecasting & order planning
    Q replenishment & allocation
  • 13. “The Quantum Retail approach is a stroke of genius!”
       Irene Messier, SVP Planning, Forecasting and Allocation, Guitar Center
  • 14. “Q chases the profit for us.”
       New Look
  • 15. "We discovered Quantum Retail's Q would enable us to take account of customer preferences in stock allocation processes.”
       Adrian Thompson, IT & E-Commerce Director,
    New Look
  • 16. "Q enables us to synchronize our supply chain with the unique demands of each of our stores.”
       Phil Wrigly: Chief Executive Officer, New Look
  • 17. "Quantum has been able to give us stability; their numbers have credibility
    and our people know exactly what is coming up.”
       Irene Messier, Senior VP, Allocation, Forecasting and Replenishment
  • 18. "We observed consistently better forecasting, month after month, coming out of the Q application.”
       Irene Messier, Senior VP, Allocation, Forecasting and Replenishment
  • 19. “Q – The next generation of retail.”
       Quantum Retail Technology

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