A well-executed merchandising plan is essential for retail supply chain success. As retail distribution becomes increasingly complex and competitive, supply chain executives tend to lose sleep worrying about resource capacity constraints, omni-channel distribution, supply chain visibility, and concerns over IT support.
Layer the important challenges above with other common supply chain challenges, such as on-time shipping, troubles, overtime, RTV, floor-ready issues, carton-labelling, ticketing, damages, inbound visibility, inventory accuracy, and budgets, and the need for best-in-class supply chain visibility, vendor performance improvement, and vendor compliance solutions becomes apparent.
Revisiting of the 3Vs of Supply Chain: Visibility, Variation and Velocity - Web Article
Richard Wilhjelm, VP Sales & Business Development, Compliance Networks discusses the importance of visibility, variability and velocity to supply chain performance.
Burlington Coat Factory: Best-In-Class Vendor Compliance - Customer Success Story
A best‐in‐class vendor compliance program enabled Burlington Coat Factory to gain control of their supply chains by providing accountability, visibility, and predictability into future supply chain performance.
Dan Gilmore, Editor-in-Chief, Supply Chain Digest, Greg Holder, CEO and Co-Founder, Compliance Networks, Camille Fratanduono, VP of Merchandising Operations, Pep Boys
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"Compliance Networks completed a smooth implementation in about 90 days. rCMS doesn't miss a thing - but vendors recognize and seem to appreciate the accurate feedback."
Director of Vendor Compliance
Elder-Beerman Stores Corp
“Poor judgment and uninformed assumptions result in market miscues, setbacks, mediocre performance, politicized cultures, demoralized workers, and workforce reductions.”
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"Where does the supply chain executive start in their quest to influence margin performance? While opinions will vary where the best place to start is, most will agree the desired outcome is a more predictable and consistent supply chain."
Vice President, Sales and Business Development