Visibility

Having the ability to see ALL activities within the supply chain is imperative for making informed decisions to improve supply chain performance.

Visibility that stretches back to suppliers and across to third-party trading partners provides retailers with the ability to track and rate vendor performance while also providing the 

data to support smarter, more timely decisions around merchandise management, inventory levels, and cash utilization.

Supply Chain Visibility Critical To Omni-Channel Ops - Article published January 2015 by RetailSolutionsOnline.com
Visibility enables seamless shopping experiences and provides tools to track vendor performance.

Bon Ton Leverages PO Life Cycle Visibility For Continuous Improvement - White Paper
Learn how Bon Ton improved their visibility into their supply chain to capture lost revenue, improve customer satisfaction and reduce both labor and shipping costs.

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.   

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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."

Richard Wilhjelm
Vice President, Sales and Business Development
Compliance Networks

"Installation was unbelievably easy even though it was completely customized to Elder-Beerman's requirements."

Jim Rawlins
SVP of Logistics
Bon Ton Stores Corporation

“Poor judgment and uninformed assumptions result in market miscues, setbacks, mediocre performance, politicized cultures, demoralized workers, and workforce reductions.”

Stephen Covey
Author
7 Habits of Highly Effective People