4R Systems Presents Consumer Pattern Analysis and Use In the Retail Supply Chain

 

4R Systems, Inc., a leading provider of advanced omni retail inventory and supply chain solutions, announced its sponsorship of ABIESV, the largest resource for complete retail solutions in Brazil. The event will feature the point of sale journey, which includes assortment optimization, promotion management and visual merchandising.

The Brazilian retail industry is highly progressive. The fast growth demands solutions that can maximize profit in the supply chain. 4R’s inventory products are designed to profit optimize each phase of the supply chain and merchandising process.

4R CEO Kevin Stadler will present a workshop, “Consumer Pattern Analysis and Use
In the Retail Supply Chain & Merchandising Functions.” ABIESV attendees will learn how advanced analytics and machine learning techniques can significantly increase the retail bottom line. Stadler will demonstrate how to apply machine learning to retail supply chain. The session will cover:

  • Machine learning techniques and approaches;
  • Real-world examples and learnings so far; and
  • Best practices: What works and what doesn’t work.

Machine learning can help retailers increase profit. This scientific approach has been proven to increase profit every time, regardless of retail category. Retailers do not need to struggle nor develop their own algorithm. Retailers attending ABIESV will not only see what’s possible, but will learn practical ways to start improving their own businesses right away,” said Stadler.

Retailers can learn more about 4R’s advanced analytics solutions at ABIESV and at http://www.4rsystems.com. Get live updates on Twitter and connect with 4R on Facebook and LinkedIn for insightful industry trends and best practices.

About 4R Systems
4R Systems is a leading provider of advanced inventory and supply chain services, which help retailers gain significantly increased profits by optimizing their omnichannel inventory and related supply chain decisions. Founded by supply chain experts from The Wharton School and Harvard Business School, 4R provides capabilities that profit optimize the matching of supply and demand. From initial launch through replenishment to end-of-life for products—ranging from short-lived fashion items to long term staples—4R provides retailers with services that fit their business. Clients using 4R have seen increases in profitability of 1-2 % of sales as a result of higher sales levels on lowered inventory. Call (610) 644-1234 or visit http://www.4rsystems.com.

 

 

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