This e-book shares how product suppliers can address the needs of key stakeholders within Walmart to be a successful partner.
We are often asked by suppliers, what determines which products get ranged in which stores and how can we influence the decision?
In reality, the decision on which products get ranged, or stocked, in which stores is typically based on a combination of factors that vary depending on the retailer’s business strategy, customer demographics, and market dynamics.
Sell-through is important because it measures the rate at which a company is selling its inventory, which is a key metric for assessing the performance of a business. It indicates the percentage of inventory that has been sold within a given period of time, usually expressed in terms of weeks, months, or quarters.
Written by John Pitman, CEO of Krunchbox March 27th, 2023 Let’s be honest. There is a lot of hype surrounding OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Hundreds if not thousands of articles have been written about ChatGPT. How do I know that? You guessed. I asked ChatGPT. But let me start by making a clear statement about this article. I …
Behind every stunning visualization lies a complex data engineering process. Without the correct data cleanup and modeling steps, a data analyst cannot deliver insightful retail point-of-sale analytics. In this article, we delve into the technical aspects of data cleaning and enrichment necessary for building a successful retail point of sale analytics capability.
Sam Walton opened his first Walmart store on July 2, 1962, and within 5 years he owned 24 stores. The rest is history! The company now employs 2.2 million people and serves about 245 million customers each week. That’s about ten times the population of Australia. The culture of the company was built on the …