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  • Support Services That Assists the Sales Effort and Delivers Results for the Company Supply Chain• Sales Operations Providing support services and• Pricing Policies leading edge solutions to the Customer Development group designed to maximize operational• Retail Execution efficiency when dealing with our Field Customers.• Analysis & Evaluation Implementation and Enforcement• Waste Controls of the right policies improves the effectiveness of the Field Force, and returns Millions to the P&L Tom Weldin LLC Retail Excellence 118 McKinley Avenue Dumont, NJ 07628 (201)-338-2486 Tom.weldin@gmail.com
  • Optimizing Results by Optimizing Resources Sales Operations The central nervous system of any Company. Direction, Contracts, Policies, Procedures, Pricing, Forecasting, Goal Setting impact trade relations with Customers. Poor coordination of these activities charge millions unnecessarily to the P&L. Sales Promotion Administration and Analysis Communications with Field Customer Development personnel is imperative for success. Brand plans , customer development, situation analysis for growth/improvement and funds management assist the Company in achieving it’s targets. Retail Execution Picture Inspect what Graphic The Field Sales Team Or you expect. is the life blood of the execution of plans with the Consumer. 90% of the business happens at the retail shelf. Positive On Shelf Availability deliver results. Out of stocks and voids negatively impacts our results. Supply Chain Visibility of Product Quality and Shelf Life are important factors to the Consumer. Understanding product quality, supply chain damages and reclaim – unsaleables leads to improved Policy and Procedures between you and your Customers. Enforcement of the right practices can save 1% of sales. Tom Weldin LLC Retail Excellence 118 McKinley Avenue Dumont, NJ 07628 (201)-338-2486 Tom.weldin@gmail.com
  • Optimizing Results by Optimizing Resources : Sales Operations Sales OperationsThe central nervous system of any Company. Key activities:• Third Party Sales Agents Sales Structures and Performance Contracts.• Picture Bonus and Incentive Contracts.• Or Graphic Quota/Proforma Determination and Evaluation.• Sales Forecasting.• Industry/Trade Relations.• Corporate Policies and Procedures.• Terms of Trade.• Pricing Policies and Communications.• Product Information Communication and Maintenance.• Waste Management Procedures and Coordination. Poor coordination and implementation of these activities couldcharge millions unnecessarily to the P&L. Tom Weldin LLC Retail Excellence 118 McKinley Avenue Dumont, NJ 07628 (201)-338-2486 Tom.weldin@gmail.com
  • Optimizing Results by Optimizing Resources : Sales Promotion Sales Promotion Administration and AnalysisThe executional arm of the Sales Operations Department. Keyfunctions:• Interaction with Field Customer Development and Brand Management personnelPictureis imperative for success.• Brand plans coordination,Graphic Or implementation and evaluation.• Active participant in Brand/Field Sales Planning Sessions.• Situation analysis for growth (Business Expansion) or improvement (Competitive Threats).• Funds determination to ensure that the Company has the appropriate rate per case that delivers the maximum ROI.• Funds Management and Tracking Systems.• Coupon Coordination for Promotional Programs.• Sales Reporting and Syndicated Sales Data Analysis of Baseline and Promotional Business Activities. Tom Weldin LLC Retail Excellence 118 McKinley Avenue Dumont, NJ 07628 (201)-338-2486 Tom.weldin@gmail.com
  • Optimizing Results by Optimizing Resources : Retail Execution Retail Execution90% of the business happens at the retail shelf. Key concepts:• Improve On Shelf Availability through proper product assortment and space allocation.• Perform fair share of shelf to share of market analysis.• Perform Store coverage analysis. Not all chains act the Picture same. Are we getting the best bang for the buck in this store? Or Graphic• Are the Sales Agents properly armed and trained?• Inspect what you Expect. Perform in-field audits: • Is the shelf section plan-o-gram compliant? • Does the shelf set meet the Corporate Brand standards? • Are the proper rotation procedures being followed in both the shelf and backroom? • Is the store frequency appropriate? • Are we getting the most out of our merchandising programs and materials? Tom Weldin LLC Retail Excellence 118 McKinley Avenue Dumont, NJ 07628 (201)-338-2486 Tom.weldin@gmail.com
  • Optimizing Results by Optimizing Resources : Supply Chain Supply ChainThe Supply Chain is vital in any open dated productenvironment. Getting the right product, in the rightquantity at the right time is critical for survival. Keyconcepts:• Picture Waste Control Procedures must be tight. If it is not, it can be a drain on ourGraphicand the Customers’. Or profits• Damages and Reclaimed goods are not just the results of excessive inventory. All parties involved play a role and must take ownership.• Enforcement of the right practices can save 1% of sales.• Recalls and Product Retrieval Procedures must be in place and ready to be activated at any moment.• Order replenishment systems that ensures the flow of goods from warehouse to stores. Tom Weldin LLC Retail Excellence 118 McKinley Avenue Dumont, NJ 07628 (201)-338-2486 Tom.weldin@gmail.com
  • Optimizing Results by Optimizing Resources : Partners in Retail Growth UNILEVER US NORTHEAST DIVISION (October 2010 – January 2011). Goal was to create and develop an Ethnic Inner City Sales Execution Plan that assisted the Company in addressing Hispanic Sales Penetration in small retail outlets, not currently covered, in New York City. Part of the project involved :. • Identify small outlet stores (Superettes and Bodegas) for Coverage. • Develop the portfolio that meets the needs of the neighborhoods involved. • Identify additional coverage in these outlets by an Ethnic Food Distributor. • Estimate volume potential from the additional coverage and potential benefits. • Create the in-store retail process to execute the Plan of the Brands Involved. • Establish the Planning Cycle Process to address new opportunities and/or correct problems. •Present findings for First Quarter 2011 launch in New York City. Picture Or GraphicEHRMANN USA LLC, Mishawaka, IN (February 2011 – April 2012).Goal was to create and develop a Sales Execution Plan that assisted the Companyin bringing their Bavarian Yogurt product line to market in the Upstate New York andNew England Markets. Part of those responsibilities included, but were not limitedsolely to:• Identify and Contract Third Party Sales Agents to represent the Company.• Process Mapping and Developing the Sales Functions to support the product.• Establish a Supply Chain process to fulfill orders and provide financial support.• Perform introductory sales presentations to targeted customers in the launch area.• Determine, recommend and execute all Pricing and In-store promotion programs.• Perform Market visits to evaluate execution at retail by the Sales Agents.• Analyze opportunities for Business Expansion and Correction steps if needed.• Identify further markets and customers for possible future expansion. Tom Weldin LLC Retail Excellence 118 McKinley Avenue Dumont, NJ 07628 (201)-338-2486 Tom.weldin@gmail.com