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Take the Stop and Go out of your Retail Supply Chain [Infographic]


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The infographic highlights the areas that are potential roadblocks for retailers and suggests solutions for streamlining costly and time-intensive paper processes.

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Take the Stop and Go out of your Retail Supply Chain [Infographic]

  1. 1. 1. Forrester. “The Retail CIO Agenda 2015: Secure and Innovate” by George Lawrie, March 19, 2015. 2. JDA and Forbes, “Retail’s New Imperative: Supply Chain Optimization as a Growth Strategy.” Take the stop-and-go out of your retail supply chain. Four reasons supply chain optimization ensures all green lights for retailers. ©2015 Xerox Corporation. All rights reserved. Xerox® and Xerox and Design® are trademarks of Xerox Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. BR15109 This scenario happens more often than it should—you get the wheels in motion, then one part of the retail supply chain process hits a road block and everything comes to a halt. With today’s retailers facing a number of challenges—low growth, shrinking margins, increased competition and growing supply chain complexity—it makes sense that there are some bumps in the road. But it doesn’t have to be that way. By streamlining costly and time-intensive paper processes, retailers can cruise through getting product from the warehouse and into the customers’ hands. Xerox can help you optimize your supply chain to hit all green lights. From the head office to back-of-store operations, we have the right solution to help you increase accuracy of inventory quantities, pricing and so much more. Get started at 30% 63% 17% 59% Compared with competitors, retail leaders who use their supply chain for innovation and differentiation see 15 percent lower supply chain management costs, which help make a difference in a world of tight budgets.2 Retail leaders who have optimized their supply chains have achieved three times shorter cash-to-cash cycle times.2 Leaders who have supply chain optimization initiatives in place see 20 percent higher profitability than others in the industry.2 Supply chain optimization can cut inventory levels by 50 percent, freeing up dollars to be reinvested in innovation.2 of CIOs expect a flat budget, yet are still accountable for providing innovation to the business.1 of CIOs surveyed ranked overhauling merchandise systems in their top three priorities over the next 12 to 18 months.1 of retail CEOs report having technology- enabled solutions that support a collaborative supply chain strategy.1 of CIOs responded that “too much budget is spent on maintenance rather than on creating new value for the company,” in a recent survey.1