White Paper: MI9
Omni-channel merchandising opportunities in retailing makes it possible for retailers to blend the art of experience, taste, and judgment with optimization science and advanced analytics.
By combining the Omni-channel retail trends and strategies, retailers can intelligently determine the most desirable and profitable products, prices, promotions, and markdowns.
Read this whitepaper to learn why omnichannel merchandising has become must-have thing for today’s retailer. It focuses on:
• What are the biggest challenges that retailers are facing when moving towards an omnichannel merchandising model?
• What tools will be the most useful in meeting those challenges in an omnichannel retailing environment?
• What are some of the ‘basics’, retailers need to have in place as they move toward an omnichannel merchandising strategy??
• What are the mileposts on the road to creating and executing a successful omnichannel merchandising strategy?
Read this whitepaper to discover how retailers can tap new sources of demand data in tailoring their assortments to more sharply defined customer segments, improving turnover, sell-through, and profitability in an omnichannel retailing environment.
First, What is Supplier Quality Management (SQM)? Supplier Quality Management is a confidence in supplier's ability to deliver a good or service that will satisfy the customer's needs. Supplier quality management and performance monitoring are key components of any risk management strategy.Performing risk assessments to identify, quantify and prioritizing risk is the most important factor. This descriptive whitepaper brings you the best practices for implementing a successful risk-based supplier quality management system, and explain the requirements that should be clearly defined in a supplier quality agreement. It addresses questions like: What are the methods to improve supplier quality, increase visibility and connect the supply chain to your Quality Management System? What are the benefits of connecting the supply chain to your Supplier Quality Management System? How to alleviate security concerns associated with it? How can you bring greater visibility into the supplier quality and compliance by implementing a Supplier Quality Management System? How to evaluate Suppliers through Supplier Quality Management Programs? Supplier Quality Management: Risk Assessment,Risk Quantification,Risk Prioritization Download this whitepaper that gives an idea of a comprehensive Supplier Chain Quality Management that fosters the ability to collaborate with the supply chain, improve compliance and keep your data secure in the process.
By: Xoomworks BI
The supply chain finance is ready to be addressed, whether you see today’s trade credit situation as a business ethics issue or a technology readiness issue. Getting the “buy chain” flowing is essential to maximizing potential growth. In this white paper on “The ‘buy chain’ – the next place for world-class focus,” learn more about the supply chain finance and real benefits in implementing buyer driven financing. It talks about: Different options available for supply chain finance Invoice discounting using the strength of the Accounts Receivable ledger to finance the loan Invoice factoring by selling the invoice to the bank at a discount. Implementing buyer driven invoice financing Approved payables supply chain financing or Reverse factoring Explore the different options for financing and de-risking the supply chain finance and gain valuable insight into the possible benefits that could be achieved with the right technology and processes in place.
What is Technology ?
Technology is the use of scientific knowledge for creating tools, processing actions and extracting of materials whether in industry or in our everyday lives. We apply technology in nearly all things that we do in our lives, we use technology at work, in communication, transportation, making food, extracting and securing information, running an organization and many more tasks, pretty much everywhere. Types of technology include information technology, banking technology, medical technology,
What is Retail ?
Retail is sale that occurs when a business sells its service or product to an individual consumer. It can occur through a number of different sales channels which could be online, direct sales, mail or in a brick-and-mortar storefront.There are a large number of retail establishments across the world, from salons to gas stations and restaurants to stores.
What is Social Media ?
Social media refers to web applications or tools that can be used in interacting with other people to create, share or exchange information with each other through the medium- Internet. Social media was originated as a tool for individuals to exchange information with their friends and family but later businesses adopted the new communication channel just to increase their product reach.