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The Art, Science, and Software behind (Optimal) Retail Pricing: Part 1
The “Four Ps” of marketing strategy, also known as the

item pricing at the warehouse level  In plain English, sheer item volumes are overwhelming and manual pricing is tediously labor-intensive. Ineffective pricing strategies (e.g., based on corporate-wide blanket rules) and inadequate pricing IT tools (e.g., spreadsheets) additionally aggravate the situation. Ancient Methods No Longer Work Existing approaches that incorporate an understanding of consumer demand into retail pricing decisions generally have been limited to modeling sample data sets to provide limited insights. As a result, Read More

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Pricing and Revenue Optimization: A Manufacturing Perspective
Pricing and revenue optimization is the process of improving business margins by either increasing unit prices or increasing gross revenues. This type of

item pricing at the warehouse level  elasticity models to optimize item prices within a category can be difficult. CHALLENGES WITH PRICING AND REVENUE OPTIMIZATION The key challenge with pricing and revenue optimization is how to better understand the dynamics of the complex system relations and find feasible solutions that can be constantly tweaked and, when necessary, fed to the back-end supply chain that manages the demand planning, finite planning, manufacturing, and fulfillment process. As optimization technologies continue to be Read More
The Challenge of Fulfillment
Integrated multichannel retailing will inevitably become the norm. For retailers, the key to multichannel success lies in understanding the factors that drive

item pricing at the warehouse level  including the management of item information, category planning and review, assortment, pricing, promotions, warehouse replenishment, multichannel ordering, store replenishment, forecasting, inventory and supply chain optimization, pricing management, order determination, and so on. For more information on some of these applications, see Inventory Planning and Optimization: Extending Your ERP System , Sales and Operations Planning; Part One: Identifying and Forecasting Demand , The Case for Pricing Read More
Challenges of the Future: The Rebirth of Small Independent Retail in America
By any measure, retailers are overwhelming small businesses. More than 95 percent of all retailers have only one store. Almost 90 percent have sales less than

item pricing at the warehouse level  a lowest discount price item in the afternoon. It is up to the retailer to know their customers well enough to make the connection and to make an offer that will entice them to buy. We value most what is most scarce. Time has become number one on the list of what Americans cherish most. The desire for convenience will continue to drive changes in store concepts, formats, retail mixes and locations. Witness the trend of developing mixed use, open-air retail complexes. People are time-starved and small Read More
Planning and Allocation versus Replenishment: When Is Each the Best Strategy?
Assortment optimization, pricing decisions, and promotional activity fall flat if a product is not available for purchase. Out-of-stocks, overstocks, and

item pricing at the warehouse level  the Other Not every item always shows clear signs as being best addressed by only one solution. Often, items will show characteristics that are best addressed by replenishment during one portion of its lifecycle and at other times be best addressed by P&A. Newly introduced items are often best supported by P&A. The attention to detail and focus on additional pricing variables is needed the most when an item does not have a solid track record. As an item builds demand history and variation settles down, Read More
The Undocumented Layers of the OSI Model and Their Impact on Security
The biggest threat to data security doesn’t come from hackers, misconfigured firewalls, missing patches, or negligent employees. Nor is it in the application

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Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost Part 1: The News
Oracle seems to have been trying hard to find a magic formula to ramp up its declining applications revenue. Targeting the lower end of the market with the

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The Insider’s Guide to Great Customer Service on the Web
Companies that provide superlative service keep their customers satisfied and loyal. It’s particularly important to deliver great customer service on the web

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ILM for the Enterprise: The Benefits of a Unified Approach
Information lifecycle management (ILM) is rapidly gaining acceptance as a process crucial to the success of many IT initiatives. The reason for this is the

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Training for the Many… Learning for the One: How Successful Organizations Recognize the Difference and Use Technology to Deliver Both
Winston Churchill once said, “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Formal training and informal learning can be

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The Right Data at the Right Time
Among top-performing companies, nearly half deliver key information to business users when they need it in the moment. Get the details in this infographic from

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The Power to Get Sales Leads into the Hands of the Right Salespeople Quickly and Efficiently
Manufacturers and service companies are facing a blackhole in sales lead management: costing sales. By using a workflow for lead and opportunity management

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ERP in the Cloud and the Modern Business
Businesses are realizing that the cloud is the future of enterprise software and offers many attractive business benefits. But there is much to think about when

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Connect the Dots: Simplifying the Online Ad Business
Over the past few years, the online advertising space has become crowded and very complex, and more technologically driven middle-men have acquired increasingly

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How Health Benefit Exchanges Will Change the Business Landscape in the Health Care Space
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), which aims to create state-based health benefit exchanges in the US, calls for a shake-up of the health

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