Manfred (Manny) Reiche is the Data Operations Manager at Alloy. He joined the Client Solutions team over one year ago, after spending two years at Deloitte as a technology consultant. He holds a Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s in Systems Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.Read Now >
We get it, your needs are unique. And while today you’re stuck using nightmarish spreadsheets or software with a buffet of plug-ins, you know there must be a better way to solve the problems holding back your business.
So what do you do? Take a chance on a new tool with a new vendor and unproven value? Tread water into generi-ware that you pour hours and dollars into customizing, or continue waiting while an in-house solution gets developed?Read Now >
We’re really happy to introduce three key additions to our go-to-market team over the past few months. Jennifer and Melody represent Alloy’s expansion both geographically and as a market leader—both are located on the East Coast and come from industry incumbents that Alloy has competed against and displaced at customers. Jacqueline is leading a new Solutions Consulting function focused on demonstrating the technical and business value of our platform even prior to implementation.Read Now >
Timely and granular retailer data are must-haves for supplier brands to increase sales and maintain customer service levels while controlling costs. Point-of-sale and inventory details aren’t just helpful, they’re the key ingredient to growing market share and staying ahead of competitors.
Most retailers offer some point-of-sale reports, but the metrics and level of granularity can range quite a bit, sometimes failing to paint a complete picture. That’s why we’re sharing how some of the biggest retailers provide data, and how you can try to make up for the gaps. So far we’ve offered breakdowns of Amazon Retail Analytics and The Home Depot. Today we’re looking into Sephora, the popular cosmetics and beauty chain, which presents some real hurdles when it comes to forming a complete understanding of your performance.Read Now >
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., November 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Alloy, the modern demand platform for consumer goods brands, today announced Valvoline, a leading worldwide supplier of premium branded lubricants and automotive services, is implementing Alloy’s enterprise supply chain solution.Read Now >
Retail supply chains catching up to Amazon
Competition to make and distribute consumer goods is at an all time high. Despite cries of a retail apocalypse, retailers like Walmart, Costco, and Target are all outperforming Amazon in the stock market this year. By competing with Amazon on convenience and leveraging the competitive advantage of their physical presence and human touch, these organizations are reinventing the importance of physical retail as we prepare to enter 2020.Read Now >