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The provider of innovative Β2Β SaaS Services

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Agenda

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Replenishment

(CRP/VMI)

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Stock Replenishment

Stock

Replenishment

(CRP/VMI)

How much do your Reverse

Logistics or Out of Shelf cost?

The solutions Continuous Replenishment Program & Vendor

Management Inventory of Retail@Link, undertake the effective

replenishment of Central Warehouses and estimation of the optimal order quantity ensuring the golden ratio between Service Level and Stock Level decreasing to the minimum

returns, Reverse Logistics & the required capital.

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The need: Stock optimization

Knowledge

of the

suppliers

The supplier knows fully his products, their availability and their

future commercial policy

Knowledge

of the

buyers

The buyers have daily knowledge of the stock of the Central

Warehouse, the demand from each store and the commercial policy

of the supermarket chain for the replenishment of the stores from

the Central Warehouse

Exchange of

information

and data….

… a modern replenishment platform for the Central Warehouse

The cooperation between buyers and suppliers achieves the

optimum Service Level towards the Central Warehouse as well as

from the Central Warehouse to the stores

Stock Replenishment

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1. Retail@Link

 Reception of the warehouse inventory

transaction file, stock levels, stores demand, stock replenishment

 Creation of the order proposal based

on the agreed safety stock per product, or per category or per supplier

 Data overview through the CRP

service to buyers and sales executives

2. Supplier

Data analysis of the inventory

transactions file of the warehouse

Processing of the order proposal Automated order delivery to the

buyer of the supermarket chain

3. Buyer

Analysis of the order proposal of the

supplier

Automated update of the information

system of the Central Warehouse for each order

Automated order transfer into the

supplier’s information system

The 3 operability dimensions:

Stock Replenishment

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Parametrization

 Minimum quantity order per SKU or

per category or in total

 Definition of the safety stock per SKU

or per category or in total

 Agreement on the day & time of the

order delivery proposal from the supplier

 Agreement on the day & time of the

approval of the order proposal from the supermarket chain and the final order delivery to the supplier

Preparation

 Control of the completeness

accuracy of the supplier catalogues and the supermarket chain

 Control of the completeness &

accuracy of the inventory

transaction file of the warehouses (INVRPT)

 Control of the completeness &

accuracy of the supplier’s delivery notes

 Creation of time plan for the

approval from all involved parties

Implementation

 Introducing suppliers in the CRP service  Synchronization of product catalogues

 Upload of the agreed parameters into the

the order proposal algorithm

 Training of the supplier’s users

 Complete ordering cycle under the R@L supervision

 Live

The 3 stages of implementation:

Stock Replenishment

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- Time consuming procedures - Shortages and returns

- Control procedure

- Verbal communication

WITHOUT THE

COSTS OF

- Changes in the information systems CATALOGUES SYNCHRONIZATION PRODUCT CATALOGUE FROM THE SUPPLIER’S WAREHOUSE WAREHOUSE INVENTORY DATA stock, store demand, replenishment. Order approval ACCURACY TESTS Order Proposal Based on Algorithmic Calculations

For Optimal Service

Supermarket Central Warehouse Order approval Supplier Headquarters

Stock Replenishment

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AS2

Retailer

Data@Link

Controls Inventory Report

Proposal Data@Link

Supplier

CRP

Supply Chain Management

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Synchronization

of product

catalogue

for direct data exchange between different

systems

Direct interconnection

& exchange of

replenishment data

such as inventory data, desired

service levels, in-transit products etc

Automated

estimation

of optimum order

with algorithmic calculations of order proposal, based on the specific needs and targets of each partnership

Automation of

recurring tasks

for all Workflows participating in the order acceptance from the cooperating parties

What is your gain :

Stock Replenishment

Supply Chain Management

Decreased management time Improvement of service level Decrease of shortages & returns

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Process Comparison

Classic procedure

Electronic procedure

Delivery & Reception

With user action

Automated

Updated catalogue products/list

With user action

Automated

Orders data entry

With user action

Automated, after approval

Monitoring of orders status

With user action

Directly, electronically

Control of stock levels

With user action

Daily, electronically

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Agenda

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Stock

Replenishment

(CRP/VMI)

Service

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User interface, Orders monitoring

Product management

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Selection of reports @a glance

and order

history

status

User interface, Orders monitoring

Product management

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Easy

& Fast reports management

from the central

Dashboard

User interface, Orders monitoring

Product management

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Overview of

proposed orders

per client

User interface, Orders monitoring

Product management

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Complete analysis of the orders

User interface, Orders monitoring

Product management

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Pending orders

…with complete Data save/Reset

User interface, Orders monitoring

Product management

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Easy and complete data entry

of the new products

User interface, Orders monitoring

Product management

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Monitoring on stock Days

and

Service

levels

@a glance

User interface, Orders monitoring

Product management

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General overview on Service Level per

SKU

and

warehouse

User interface, Orders monitoring

Product management

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Comprehensive catalogue of new products

User interface, Orders monitoring

Product management

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Supplier Α

Supplier Β

Supplier C

Supplier D

Case study

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Consumer response to shortages

Substitute - Different Brand

19%

Do not purchase

item…

Buy item at another store

37%

Delay purchase

22%

Substitute - Same Brand

16%

The impact of stock outs: What do

consumers really do…?

6% + 37% + 22% = 65%

of consumers don’t

patronize the retailer!!

19% + 6% + 22% = 47%

of consumers don’t

purchase the

manufacturer’s

product!!

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Agenda

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Stock

Replenishment

(CRP/VMI)

Service

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Connect with Retail@Link

Visit our

website

Information, brochures, case studies

www.retail-link.gr

Call us

for a meeting

211 1063 800

Estimate your

benefit

commercial@retail-link.gr

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