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Velocity bags CGT award in retail demand data analytics
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Mar '13
Vendor Managed Technologies, Inc. (VMT) DBA Retail Velocity, a leader of “Big Data” retail demand sensing and retail execution solutions, was again honored by Consumer Goods Technology (CGT) readers as a leading demand data analytics solution provider.

The Velocity Solution Suite is an enterprise Demand Signal Repository (DSR) and Business Intelligence solution that provides a single source of demand analytics for retail suppliers covering key areas such as category management, sales, customer logistics, finance, marketing, merchandising and demand planning. Velocity provides the largest portfolio of harmonization and integration adaptors covering over 250 retailers and distributors in all classes of trade and global geographies.

“We are honored to be recognized by the readers of Consumer Goods Technology,” said Jennifer Beckett, Retail Velocity’s VP of Sales & Marketing. “We are committed to providing best-in-breed solutions that provide retail suppliers with virtually real-time insights on their products’ performance.”

Since 1994, Retail Velocity has been proud to serve market leaders, such as Mattel, MASCO, Revlon, Hanesbrands, Levi Strauss and many others.

Retail Velocity is a Microsoft Gold Certified and Tier 1 Managed Partner and a SAP PartnerEdge Parter with Certified Integration with SAP Applications. Velocity deployment options are on-premise, SaaS/cloud or a hybrid of both. Each delivery model enables clients to integrate with internal ERP data (forecasts, shipments, costs, shipments, marketing events, trade spend, etc.) and third party data (syndicated, demographics, weather, etc.).

About Retail Velocity

Since 1994, Retail Velocity has equipped consumer goods and apparel manufacturers with best-in-class retail data harmonization, demand signal repository (DSR) and business intelligence solutions. Velocity cleanses, harmonizes and integrates daily, store-level POS (demand signals) with third party and internal data to provide end users with best practice analytics and processes geared towards maximizing sell-through and profitability across their retail and distribution accounts.

Retail Velocity

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