Demand management company JustEnough Software Corporation announced a partnership with retail consulting firm Retail Integrated Services (RIS), a division of Clicks and Mortar Consulting. The partnership provides Retail Integrated Services clients with a proven option for their demand forecasting, replenishment and allocations and merchandise and assortment planning requirements.
Clicks & Mortar is an independent firm that constantly seeks to find new and innovative solutions which solve clients' dynamic business issues. Some of the companies they have worked with include retailers like Barnes & Noble, J. Crew, Gymboree, OfficeMax and Steve Madden.
“RIS works daily with retailers who could truly benefit from JustEnough's solutions,” said Todd Kolber, VP of North American Sales for JustEnough. “Essentially, they have the customers and we have the software. By working as partners, we can quickly and cost-effectively deliver solutions at a great value to their clients.”
When RIS President and Founder Dennis Veltre first discovered JustEnough through a business colleague, he said he was impressed with several aspects of JustEnough's offerings.
“First, and most important, the breadth and depth of the application suite was very extensive,” said Veltre. “After a demo of JustEnough's solutions, we were convinced that JustEnough is comparable to the major software companies that provide solutions in merchandise planning, allocation and replenishment for the fashion industry.”
In addition, Veltre found that JustEnough's three platforms – Saas, on-premise and mobile – make their demand management solutions “attractive for all types of mid-sized to large fashion retailers.”
With retailers being careful about expenditures during this tough economic climate, JustEnough provides an affordably-priced solution for retailers looking to overcome challenges in demand forecasting, replenishment and allocations and merchandise and assortment planning.
As Veltre said, “JustEnough provides a refreshing and cost-effective approach to several major issues facing today's retail environment.”