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Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
Retail Data Warehouse
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Retail Data Warehouse

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Slideshow introducing the SF Goodwill Retail Data Warehouse that I developed in 2003.

Slideshow introducing the SF Goodwill Retail Data Warehouse that I developed in 2003.

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  • Since this still gets heavy traffic here on Slideshare, I want to point out that the warehouse was developed in 2003; I've long since left Goodwill and don't support it any longer; and I hope that viewers are just getting ideas about what can be done with a little bit of time and PHP/MySQL, not looking at this in anything but a historical context!
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  • 1. The SF Goodwill Retail Reporting Data Warehouse
  • 2.
    • Because few affordable POS products incorporate comparisons to goal and other cross-departmental reports.
    • Because a data warehouse provides control over what data you see.
    • Because data can be integrated with other management reporting systems for a one-stop overview of agency performance.
    Why Build a Data Warehouse?
  • 3. Project Goals
    • One-Stop for Sales and Inventory Reports.
    • High-level information including sales to shipment and performance compared to goals.
    • Web-based, automated reports available from in or outside of the office first thing in the morning.
  • 4. POS Requirements
    • Logical database structure.
    • Easy export of all pertinent data to common format (text delimited or SQL).
    • Automation tools to support hands-off collection of data.
    • Reliable internet connections between all stores and main office.
  • 5. Warehouse Requirements
    • Simple to read, drill-down reporting
    • No duplicate data entry - all sales and inventory to be pulled from POS system; sales/inventory goals to be entered annually.
    • Standardized design tools - SQL, HTML and PHP with documentation of all code.
  • 6. Report Features
    • High level info summarized at top; drill down for details.
    • Filter reports by store, district, or any combination.
    • Export to Excel by clicking icon for current page’s data.
    • Web-based - available to authorized Intranet members from office or remote locations.
  • 7. Opening Summary Page
  • 8. Reports Screen
  • 9. Cash/Tender Report
  • 10. Inventory Reports
  • 11. Inventory Reports - Color
  • 12. Inventory Reports - Price Point
  • 13. Sellthru Report
  • 14. Sales Goal Report
  • 15. Time of Day Report
  • 16. Exception Report
  • 17. Reporting Toolbar Report Criteria Selection:Stores, Dates, Custom Reports, Period to Date Tools:Navigation, Export to Excel, Retail and Promotional Calendars, Help
  • 18. Reporting Toolbar (Cont.)
  • 19. Custom Reports
  • 20. Notes
    • All work © Goodwill Industries of San Francisco, Inc., 2003.
    • Consulting, installation and customization of these reports on your system is available.
    • Contact:
      • Peter Campbell, VP Information Technology
      • Goodwill Industries of San Francisco
      • 1500 Mission St., SF, CA, 94103
      • 415.575.2151 * pcampbell @ sfgoodwill .org

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