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Assortment Planning & Optimization

Attribute-based planning can help strengthen consumer brand loyalty and increase revenue as shoppers are happier, gaining access to the items they want, when and where they shop.  PLUS: Vendor Viewpoint – Interview with Keith Whaley, Vice President of Retail Strategy, Ju

Facing Amazon's endless aisle and shoppers' omnichannel expectations, retailers are regrouping and in some cases revolutionizing how they plan and allocate merchandise.

How can retailers use consumer information to ensure the right product is in the right place at the right time, but also assure that assortments are tailored for the most profitable and influential customers?

Making the most of space in stores including Journeys and Johnston & Murphy is essential for more accurate inventory planning, adequate service levels and minimum out-of-stocks on the shelves.

The women's fashion brand has a new CFO and a merchandise planning executive.

To survive in this age of the customer, retailers must be able to anticipate demand and sense and respond to changing demand patterns

New retail technologies can help planning and allocation teams stay in synch, giving fashion brands the tools to help transform their performance and deliver truly compelling collections.

For fast-fashion retailer Groupe Dynamite, streamlining supply chain operations has been essential to aggressive global expansion, while Red Wing Shoes is tapping into demand planning and forecasting insights to meet Millennial demand.

Snowstorms, flooding rains, hurricanes and other predictable acts of Mother Nature pose unique challenges for retailers and their CPG suppliers but new, agile and integrated planning systems enable key stakeholders to pre-position inventory in the right locations and then react quickly as storm con

Congratulations to Apparel’s 40 Innovator Award winners, companies that got their creative spark on by looking at their business in new ways — taking a fresh approach to solving problems that were impeding growth, or developing new products for consumers that they didn’t even realize they needed, bu

Implemented as part of smart business processes, BI, PLM, 3D and inventory management, among many other technologies, pave the way for apparel executives to focus on what matters most: delighting the consumer.

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