We use Oracle Retail Demand Forecasting, Advanced Inventory Planning and Replenishment Optimisation modules, in order to reduce out-of-stock, increase revenue and optimise inventory levels.
A healthy supply chain is the heart beat of any successful retail organisation today and facilitates nearly all business operations. It could be providing industry-leading merchandise availability and maximising sales, or perhaps driving efficient change in inventory levels for a new assortment or season.
Some insight into the potential cause and impact of projected stock-outs or overstock conditions would be very welcome, as would an understanding of the trade-offs between service level goals and inventory levels. There are opportunities to make significant improvements to supply chain planning and execution. At Weigandt, we have created and implemented many inventory solutions for leading retailers, which provide a platform for prosperous supply chain optimisation.
At the bare minimum, inventory and replenishment solutions need to be configurable to support multi-channel, multi-tiered supply chain networks. However, leading solutions provide a platform for business optimisation and competitive advantage, in order to facilitate sound inventory and replenishment decisions.
At Weigandt we use Oracle Retail Demand Forecasting, Advanced Inventory Planning and Replenishment Optimisation modules, in order to provide sophistication to any replenishment-based supply chain. Your supply chain team is guided by the highest priority tasks your business faces. Role-based dashboards enhance your users’ experience, enabling efficient, proactive management of tasks such as:
Oracle forecasting capabilities allow you to integrate an enterprise-wide projection of customer demand across all channels, with time-phased inventory replenishment plans. The plans are for every level of your distribution network, from vendors to warehouses to stores to the hands of all customers.
The solution will enable you to:
Cost reduction through cross-business operational effectiveness realised via: