We explored the retail environment from four perspectives:
- Retailer: How to assess on-shelf availability by ‘scanning the gaps’
- Supply chain: How insights can inform decision from ordering to delivery,
- Supplier: How to meet demand and material availability
- Customer: How to provide a positive customer experience in the face of rapid change
We were joined by:
- Gareth Wilson: Our Senior Consultant who has spent time working within a major UK high street retail brand and Qlik.
- Scott Wilkinson: Partner Enablement Manager at Qlik
- Maurice Spruijt: Head of BI at Asics
- Ronan Berendsen: Automation & Data Specialist at De Monnik Dranken
Sign-up to watch the full webinar replay!
If you missed our webinar, you can sign-up to watch the full replay here. You’ll be able to view the demo that showcases how Qlik AutoML can be used to streamline the ‘gap scanning’ process and help to predict stock daily sales.
Using AutoML for sales prediction can:
- Allow targeted replenishment
- Ensure optimal use of in-store resources to maximise sales opportunities
- Improve customer experience by replenishing the products they want to buy first
The business intelligence journey at De Monnik Dranken
You’ll also hear how De Monnik Dranken, a beverage wholesaler and importer based in the Netherlands, are using their extensive Qlik Sense environment to find, analyse and act upon abnormalities in product levels. Their Qlik Sense dashboards for sales, logistics, purchase and finance are helping to inform decisions for teams across the business, while Mail & Deploy is delivering reporting that notify employees about important changes.
We ended the webinar with a panel discussion where you’ll hear other examples of how retailers are successfully using Qlik.