Integrated, profit-optimizing retail supply chain solutions
With Omni-AI, we make retail smarter, more connected and future-ready.
With Omni-AI, we make retail smarter, more connected and future-ready.
Omni-AI is an intelligent supply chain solution suite which orchestrates a retailer’s entire supply chain by unifying network planning, inventory and price optimization, and fulfillment in one framework.
With Omni-AI, we free retailers from managing conflicting KPIs and empower them to boost their financial performance.
Our AI-powered, tailor-fit solution suite delivers significant financial improvement and empowers retailers to profit-optimize their supply chain. Harnessing the power of explainable AI and adaptive analytics, we help you solve omni-channel challenges and win in the new world of retail.Download the Brochure
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We put your omni-customers at the heart of what we do. What do they want? Where do they want it? And how fast do they want it?
We predict the omni-channel demand across all channels. By using probabilistic forecasting of sales, ship-to-home and BOPIS transactions we help retailers reduce lost sales, inventory carry costs and customer returns.
We characterize the impact of stockouts and slow-delivery as omni-channel lost sales. Our system calculates expected lost sales for any decision-making process and minimizes lost sales probability.
By connecting the dots in your supply chain, we combine all your KPIs in one metric -that is omni-channel profit which includes the true cost of stockouts, inventory carry costs, fulfillment costs and Net Promoter Scores.
Generate 100's of basis points of higher profitability through more sales, better availability, faster response to customers, lower fulfillment costs, and improved Net Promoter Scores.
Predict and profit-optimize every aspect of customer demand and match it with inventory at the right place or from the right place.
Create an efficient supply chain network design, profit-optimize inventory management and optimize order orchestration dynamically in real time.
Move your supply chain management capabilities to the next level and deliver fast, flawless omni-channel customer journeys for your customers.
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We know that forecasting for the near future, capturing the impacts of local weather and using the short-term demand forecasts for store replenishment can make a big difference for retailers.
Retailers have so much inventory that they can't get rid of it fast enough. There is a surplus of goods, but the demand for them isn’t there.
What is demand forecasting in retail really? How is it done? What do retailers need to create better forecasts? Let’s find out.
How can next-level AI-based profit-optimization models and analytics-driven supply chain improvements empower retailers to upgrade their inventory management capabilities? Read on.
Omni-channel inventory planning predictions for retailers in 2022.
That’s a wrap on NRF 2022. We’ve rounded up the top retail inventory planning insights from the retail industry’s biggest event – so whether you made it or not, you can stay in the loop with this year’s big themes.
Allocation, size optimization, and assortment optimization for fashion retailers. Dealing with demand uncertainty. Pre-season inventory planning.
What will be the baseline demand for a new item that will be introduced to the market six months from now on? This is a billion-dollar question.
Online grocery shopping is booming, and it is here to stay. In the U.S. alone, online grocery shopping reached nearly $90 billion in sales in 2020, an increase of more than $30 billion. The same research tells us that online grocery shopping will push past $100 billion in 2021. By 2023, it will make up 11.2% of total grocery sales in the United States.
The problem facing retailers today, and into the future, is that the approach of the past is too slow, too cumbersome, and too imprecise for the complexity that omni-channel creates. So, how can retailers solve this problem and move to a better future?
There has been a revolution in retail. It’s been driven as much by consumers embracing technology as it has by innovative business models. In fact, many retailers have failed to keep up with customers’ changing shopping habits and are still struggling to develop and use accurate demand forecasting for inventory planning.
After a Halloween-less year, this year is going to be spookier than ever. Retail’s second-biggest spending holiday is around the corner and your Halloween shoppers are ready to celebrate.
How can retailers fulfill orders in an efficient and timely manner when they don’t have enough inventory on hand to meet the increasing demand?
For many years, the single-channel brick-and-mortar retail model meant that supply chain processes were fairly straightforward. Occasionally, things might go slightly wrong, such as a store being out of stock of the shoes your customer wanted in her/his size. In that case, generally the retailer would lose the sale. In the omni-channel retail world, things are much more complicated.
Today’s omni-channel customers expect seamless and frictionless shopping experiences across all physical and digital touchpoints. They want speed and convenience and they won’t settle for anything less. When a customer walks into a store intending to purchase an item, they expect to be able to walk away with it right away.
It’s no surprise that consumers also changed their consumption habits during that time and shifted their priorities when it came to fresh food. As many people continue to work from home and because fresh food is seen as a driver of health and wellbeing, fresh fruits, vegetables, and dairy products consumption increased.
Customers worldwide have changed the way they shop for groceries. Millions have now chosen online shopping for ease, convenience, and safety. Take Florida-based Business Executive, Jeannette for example. She’s a full-time mother who prefers to do her grocery shopping online.
If you’re a retailer, coronavirus has impacted your business. You’re challenged with a business that is dramatically different that it was just days before. A business that still demands answers to questions and good decisions in spite of a little data reflecting current circumstances. And no decision is, in fact, a decision.
For the majority of retailers around the world, the COVID-19 outbreak is now a reality rather than a looming threat. In response, they have closed their brick-and-mortar stores and redirected consumers to digital channels.
How can retailers deal with global inventory shortages and achieve effective inventory optimization? Here are 4 practical tips.
Omni-channel retail: What tools do we have to measure, manage, and change?
The insights in this article can help retailers increase their inventory planning capabilities significantly, reduce inventory, lost sales and achieve retail excellence.
Retailers have always had to deal with returns. While returns can’t be avoided completely, awareness and AI-powered return forecasting is key.
Forecasting is never an end itself. In fact, even near-perfect forecasts don’t necessarily help achieving excellent business results unless there is a smooth and strong inventory planning process in place.
Hard and soft goods have their unique inventory management challenges. If your product strategy includes both types, you face some additional considerations. Let’s take a closer look at them.
As a part of our Game-changers in Retail Series, we sat down with Sito Luis Salas, Deputy CEO at Camper, a global shoe retailer and a pioneer company in omni-channel operations.
In this Game-changers in Retail Series, we had the pleasure to sit down with Felipe Caro, Professor of Decisions, Operations and Technology Management. Felipe Caro leads UCLA Anderson's new M.S. in business analytics (MSBA).
As a part of our Game-changers in Retail series, we’ve had the pleasure of interviewing Bill Franks, Director, Center for Statistics and Analytics Research, KSU and Chief Analytics Officer, IIA.
In this Game-changers in Retail interview, we met with Makysym Tipukhov, Demand Forecasting Director, Fozzy Group, to discuss the future of grocery retail and how grocers can thrive in this new omni-channel era.
In this Game-changers in Retail series, we’ve met with Justin Honaman, Head of Worldwide Consumer Products – Food & Beverage, Amazon Web Services, to discuss how he sees the future of grocery retail.
In this interview, Michelle Gloeckler, Board Member & Advisor tells us how grocers can be Omni-Retail Champions and shares her perspective on the future of grocery retail.
In this Game-changers in Retail Series, we sat down with Jonathan Colehower, who has over 20 years of experience in the supply chain domain.
Leading retailers trust us to drive results. Let’s talk about how we can transform your retail supply chain with Omni-AI.