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JustEnough Software to host retail roundtable luncheon
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JustEnough Software Corporation, a leading provider of demand management solutions for retail, wholesale and direct-to-consumer businesses worldwide, is hosting a retail roundtable luncheon on May 14 at the Southplace Hotel, London.
 
Given the rise of multi-channel retailing and constantly evolving consumer demands, retailers are increasingly challenged to develop and implement strategies that help them to better coordinate the end-to-end retail planning process.
 
Partnering with Retail Systems, JustEnough conducted a survey of over 100 retailers to measure how they are approaching and handling their merchandise through assortment planning process.
 
During the roundtable, the results of the survey will be discussed along with other compelling topics including the benefits of and techniques for:
-Reconciling plans to the overall financial plan and objectives
-Clustering stores, localizing assortments and determining assortment breadth and depth
-Applying the impact of future promotions and their uplift to the assortment plan
-Measuring assortment plan performance and improving future assortment plans
 
About JustEnough
JustEnoughis a leading provider of Demand Management solutions for retail, wholesale and direct-to-consumer businesses and is serving the planning needs of many of the world’s leading brands. Available OnSite and OnCloud, JustEnough’s innovative solutions help companies to forecast customer demand; plan assortments, allocations and inventory; shape demand with markdowns and promotions and then execute on those plans.
 

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