3rd Annual Merchandise Planning & Allocation Benchmark Survey
Now in its third year, Boston Retail Partner (BRP) has conducted its annual survey of over 500 retailers across North America for their Merchandise Planning & Allocation Benchmark Survey.
The resulting report explores the current state of the industry and how technology is shaping retail capabilities in merchandise planning and allocation, highlighting the priorities, processes, tools and strategies of today's retailers. It also presents windows of opportunity for retailers to support the growing need for unified commerce.» Register Below to Download FREE Report
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New Boston Retail Partners Study Reveals Best Practices & Opportunities in Cross-channel Merchandise Planning & Allocation
The results are in: experts at Boston Retail Partners have recently released the 3rd Annual Merchandise Planning & Allocation Benchmark survey of over 500 retailers across North America, nearly half in the Apparel, Footwear, & Accessories industry. The study provides new insights into key drivers, the current state, as well as best practices for merchandise planning and allocation, a key vehicle of delivering unified commerce experience.
Join us for this informative webinarto hear from Dimitry Erez, Vice President at Boston Retail Partners and Ben Lentini, VP of Planning Solutions at 7thonline. Together, they will zero in on the apparel, footwear & accessories industries to explore its current state of planning, draw comparisons to other retail segments, and highlight key opportunities and strategies for 2015.You will learn:
- How does apparel, footwear, & accessories retailers compare with other retail segments in aligning planning processes and technology for unified commerce
- Key operational and technology opportunities for apparel, footwear & accessories in 2015
- Best practices for driving greater cross-channel visibility and allocation flexibility
VP of Planning Solutions
The online seminar and report are complimentary, but registration is required.