merchandise assortment

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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Jan 28, 2015
In the not-too-distant past, a retailer simply had store-level sales data, from which virtually all planning decisions were made. Today, retailers—from grocery to fashion—are bombarded with data that, with the right tools, can help them gain actionable insight into shoppers’ behavior across channels. In this white paper Oracle Retail explains how retailers can accurately measure consumer interest in specific merchandise and apply that knowledge from one channel to the next, thoroughly understand the implications of promotions on specific customers and customer segments, price on product performance, plan channel-specific assortments accordingly, and coordinate the supply chain processes to ensure execution of the cross channel plan.
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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Oct 22, 2015
In its annual Magic Quadrant for Merchandise Assortment Planning, Gartner Analyst Robert Hetu, states loud and clear that, “now is the time for multichannel retailers to invest in assortment management applications that drive customer-centric assortments.” Oracle is one of the top 5 suppliers that provides all functional capabilities and continues its position in the leadership quadrant.
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 13, 2015
IDC Retail Insights defines omni-channel merchandise optimization as the set of technologies, data assets, skills, processes, and management intent required to develop and maintain sets of targeted and localized offers that best satisfy important business objectives. These goals include customer satisfaction, customer lifetime value, and category, channel, and corporate performance. By "offers," IDC Retail Insights means the broad set of attributes that characterize assortments, products, services, prices, utility, and convenience that match customers' buying criteria and shopping behaviors. Targeted and localized offers present a compelling "choice set" that satisfies and delights consumers. Download this white paper to read the questions posed by IBM to Greg Girard, program director of Omni-Channel Analytics Strategies at IDC Retail Insights, on behalf of IBM's customers.
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omni-channel merchandise, ibm, targeted offers, localized offers, customer satisfaction, corporate performance, emerging marketing, internet marketing, crm & customer care, marketing research, sales
    
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