Chief Customer Officer and Co-founder, Roberto Carli, shares how Alloy enables customers to pinpoint exactly how their demand is shifting and then take the right actions.
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing consumer demand to change in unpredictable ways - across categories, sales channels, and retailers. Now as states re-open on different schedules, there will be added variation on a geographic level. As you adapt your supply chain to manage the evolving situation, we’re here to help with:
Schedule a meeting to see how you can quickly identify your greatest risk areas, allocate inventory and correct imbalances, and ensure you’re well positioned as demand continues to shift and stores start to re-open.
Fundamentally, we are being asked to understand how demand is shifting [because of COVID-19]. This Alloy dashboard is the visibility we're after.
I'm using Alloy to make sure that inventory is being managed effectively to sales. I'm also looking to see how fast sales are falling off to project what my revenue is going to look like.
These days there's an urgent need for more granular information. We're using Alloy to get a quick glimpse, by retailer and geography, into the retail situation.
Quickly assess whether true demand for each of your products is rising, falling, or redistributing using point-of-sale (POS) data.
What brands should do now, and in the short, medium, and long term to navigate uncertainty and quickly respond to changing demand.
Build supply chain resiliency by evaluating real-time inventory visibility relative to downstream demand at the store and DC levels.
Stories of our customers managing day-to-day, re-aligning inventory and tracking shifts in product mix.
See how Alloy's data platform and flexible dashboards track demand shifts and pinpoint inventory risks.
The data the algorithms use isn’t reliable. Instead, people have to more actively interpret projections.