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Despite a steady growth of large modern retailers, traditional trade still represents a significant share of Unilever's retail sales in emerging markets. The key to growth is to empower the field force with intelligent market information.

P&G today receives petabytes of daily data, which is growing exponentially. The company needed a solution that will help them make sense of all this data in an efficient manner.

With a supply chain that operates differently in each region it serves, Amplifon senses data to help sales and marketing teams, and gain complete visibility.

Infusing technology into the activewear it provides is key for Oakley, so its no surprise that the California-based company is using analytics to improve its trading partner relationships.

Since Talking Rain's ultimate retail strategy is to be a trusted advisor providing insight to its customer about the right product mix and placement of products, the company needed a technology that would enable the category management, marketing and sales teams to provide retailers with these insig

With a supply chain that includes 800 finished goods items, 2,000 raw materials SKUs, four factories in Sweden, 23 production lines, and many more complexities -- inventory control is no easy feat. That's why Findus uses actionable insights to take back control of its inventory.

Reliable systems coupled with streamlined processes has enabled Orly Shoes to stay competitive by getting its new styles out the door in record time.

PepsiCo brand managers believe that analyzing data helps them in understanding consumer choices, at depths sufficient enough to get insight into the products they should likely retain, discard or even revalue.

P&G wanted to find a way to improve the performance and cost-effectiveness of its data warehouse environment and expand its analytical and brand decision-making capabilities. Consolidating point-of-sale data into a single data warehouse platform was fundamental to these objectives.

Enabled by a business intelligence platform, Kimberly-Clark business analysts now have greater visibility into the supply chain, inventory and manufacturing performance.

Recognizing a strong need for improvement, nine companies, including Coca-Cola, Hershey, P&G and Wegmans, worked together to focus on closing the gap that currently exists in the new item setup process.

The Target team required a fast and effective demand intelligence solution that would generate concise fact-based reports that demonstrate how retailers can grow category sales volume.

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