A leading fitness equipment maker hits its stride with Alloy for Sales

Sep 17, 2020  |  6 min read

Founded in the 1980s, this sporting goods manufacturer is a publicly traded company with some of the most industry-recognized brand names. Their premium products are sold worldwide through direct-to-consumer and online and offline retail channels, including Amazon, Walmart and Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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Talking better product launch and allocation decisions with Ferrero USA

Aug 21, 2020  |  6 min read

If you’ve eaten candy in the past year, there’s a good chance Glenn Lawse was responsible for getting it to you. As Vice President of Supply Chain at Ferrero USA, Glenn and his team keep the shelves of American retailers stocked with confections like Tic Tacs, Butterfingers, Crunches, Nutella and Ferrero Rocher pralines. 

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Welcoming new executive team members

Jul 28, 2020  |  2 min read

With COVID-19 throwing everyone’s plans out the window these past few months, we haven’t had the opportunity to share exciting news about the expansion of our management team. We’re really pleased to officially (if belatedly) welcome three new leaders, as well as congratulate Amanda Williams on her promotion to VP of Operations.

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Say goodbye to constant supply chain firefighting: A guide

Jul 14, 2020  |  4 min read

If you’re stuck running from one fire to another, you’re not alone.

And if you read our recent white paper Why the chaos? Exposing the gap between planning and execution, you understand the disconnects across people, processes and systems that cause it. But what to do about it?

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New white paper exposes the gap between planning and execution

Jun 29, 2020  |  4 min read

Are your supply chain teams constantly firefighting, scrambling from one emergency to the next? COVID-19 is the most-recent dramatic example, but you’ve probably been fighting fires for decades.

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The missing puzzle piece in your supply chain tech stack

Jun 22, 2020  |  2 min read

Until now, digital supply chain technology has focused on two core needs: planning and execution. Companies can select from a diverse set of planning solutions to drive increasingly complex S&OP processes. Execution-focused software like OMS, WMS and TMS systems are standards in executing on these plans. But supply chain leaders are increasingly dissatisfied with the results of the status quo.

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