Sporting Goods Co. Creates Disaster Recovery Plan Based on Supply Chain Analytics

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Sporting Goods Co. Creates Disaster Recovery Plan Based on Supply Chain Analytics

By Apparel Staff - 10/06/2017
Quantzig's client, a renowned sports goods, apparel and accessories manufacturer, wanted to understand the delivery levels across different channels and identify the reasons for failure in inbound and outbound deliveries.

A sporting goods, apparel and accessories manufacturer turned to Quantzig, the global analytics solutions provider, for a inbound and outbound data analysis study on the sports goods manufacturing industry. The manufacturer wanted to understand the delivery levels across different channels and identify the reasons for failure in inbound and outbound deliveries.

According to the data analysis experts at Quantzig, "The primary objective of this engagement was to optimize the supply chain by identifying the best suppliers and maximize OTIF levels for outbound deliveries."

The sports goods industry has been witnessing impressive growth over the last few years. Factors such as growing awareness among people about health and fitness, the advent of e-commerce platforms, and increasing involvement in sports activities are influencing the growth of the sporting goods manufacturing market space. Consequently, to reach out to the right target audience, some manufacturers are adopting supply chain analytics solutions.

The solution offered by Quantzig helped the client to gain insights into supply chain activities regarding delays in shipping. The client was able to identify the wholesale channel that had the lowest out-bound OTIF levels. Additionally, the client was able to identify compliance issues and devise a robust disaster recovery plan efficiently.

This supply chain analysis solution provided benefits that helped the client to:

  • Gain insights on the exploratory and univariate analysis of inbound data
  • Identify the delay for OTIF deliveries