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Webcast: Increasing profitability with automation

Our webcast explored how brands are using analytics and automation to increase profit.

One of the biggest advantages of analytics and automation is their ability to improve a brand’s profitability. During our webcast on June 27th, in partnership with retail planning experts Logility, we discussed how they do this, speaking to Nick Bailey, global merchandising, planning and distribution director at Dutch lingerie brand Hunkemöller about his experiences using the technology. 

The conversation focused on retail planning initiatives that use advanced analytics, and Jonathan Jackman, vice-president of Logility EMEA, and Charlotte Kula-Przezwanski, retail consultant Columbus Consulting will be covering:

  • Understanding the steps required to drive customer satisfaction, margin growth and profitability
  • Learning why a unified plan for merchandise planning, allocation and store replenishment remains critical to stay competitive
  • Using advanced analytics to support better, faster decision making
  • Launching a formal omnichannel demand planning process
  • Assessing how your planning process measures up
  • Using automation to free up time and resources

Register here to listen to the discussion. 

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