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Make Your Inventory Work Harder for Your Brand & Your Bottom Line

With the world's largest store in everyone's pocket, the game of retail has changed forever. Your brand needs to break through the noise and keep loyal customers coming back. The time is now to make your inventory work harder for your brand and your bottom line: that is why leading retailers are leveraging data and insights to create compelling assortments across all selling channels online, offline and around the world.

This year at NRF 2018, join us at Booth #1414 to learn how your organization can move away from risky inventory investments, unnecessary markdowns, or out-of-stocks. Instead, transform your business with data-driven insights and integrated demand planning, forecasting and allocation to deliver compelling assortments for the consumers. Learn how leaders like Michael Kors, Patagonia, Oakley, Eileen Fisher and more become proactive, consumer-centric brands with the help of 7thonline.

Book a one-on-one appointment or attend a workshop to interact with our experts and be entered into an on-site raffle. Win a Apple TV, FitBit Charger 2, or a Amazon Echo.


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Workshop 1

Maximize Cross-channel Consumer Demand: How to Leverage Integrated Planning & Execution

With consumers shopping your brand online, offline, or even globally, how to ensure your image is consistently communicated through compelling assortments across all of your selling channels? The leading apparel, footwear and accessories retailers are thinking outside of the box: gone are the top-down, silo-ed ways of planning your assortments by stores, ecommerce, or wholesale outlets. Today's leaders are planning against global demand and rethinking assortment breadth and depth to better fulfill needs online, offline, at home and abroad. Join us to learn best practices and critical success factors to transform your business in 2018.

Who should attend:
  • Head of Planning
  • Head of Supply Chain
  • Head of Merchandising
  • COO
  • CIO

What you will learn:
  • How to drive brand consistency and inventory productivity through global demand planning
  • How to breakdown planning silos and enable corporate demand planning
  • How to align your organization, technology, and processes to capitalize on global consumer demand opportunities

» Register now to secure your spot and be entered to win one of three prizes


Workshop 2

Legacy Allocation Systems Falling Short? Critical Considerations for Next-Gen Capabilities

Your customers are browsing in stores, purchasing online, picking-up products or returning items to your stores. How to turn this great convenience for shoppers into profit opportunities for your brand? How to avoid it becoming inventory nightmares? For trend-sensitive industries like apparel, footwear, accessories, next-gen retail allocation solutions are designed to make your inventory work harder and smarter. Join us at the workshop to learn how 7thonline Allocation handles fashion and basic products, manages complex color and sizing, and incorporates returns to help retailers gain margins while delivering seamless shopping experiences online and offline.

Who should attend:
  • Head of Planning & Allocation
  • Head of Supply Chain
  • COO
  • CIO
  • Allocation Managers

What you will learn:
  • How to dynamically fulfill store-level demand based on in-season trends
  • How best to drive inventory productivity based on propensity to sell and future demand
  • How to consolidate items (e.g. broken sizes, online returns) and re-allocate for highest profit margins

» Register now to secure your spot and be entered to win one of three prizes



Schedule a One-on-One Meeting at Our Booth
Workshop 1 – Maximize Cross-channel Consumer Demand: How to Leverage Integrated Planning & Execution
Workshop 2 – Legacy Allocation Systems Falling Short? Critical Considerations for Next-Gen Capabilities