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Etailer Zalora picks JustEnough to support rapid growth
Oct '13
JustEnough Software Corporation, a leading provider of demand management solutions for retail, wholesale and direct-to-consumer businesses worldwide, announced that ZALORA, South-East Asia’s leading online fashion retailer, has selected its Merchandise Financial Planning and Assortment Planning solutions for implementation across all of its ventures in the region.

Being a young company with disparate planning workflows and systems in each of the eight countries in which it operates, ZALORA’s challenge was to find an industry standard planning solution that could help streamline planning across all their country ventures and work at a coordinated regional level.

“With offices in countries across South-East Asia, we need a centralized, integrated system that can help us to streamline the retail process and help each country’s buying team work together seamlessly,” said Silvia Thom, senior product manager, ZALORA South-East Asia.

“We expect that JustEnough will help ZALORA’s inventory planning for future seasons by enabling more efficient allocation of costs, as well as achieving more accurate predictions of next-season product mixes by analyzing historical sales data.”

“We’re very pleased to be working with ZALORA, the premier online fashion destination in the region,” said Malcolm Buxton, president and CEO, JustEnough. “With the help of JustEnough’s integrated, best-in-class retail planning solutions, we’re certain they will continue their impressive growth.”

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