How Youth to the People uses Alloy

Aug 13, 2019  |  3 min read

Beauty and personal care is a highly dynamic industry, and we're proud to call a number of leading brands in the space our customers, including amika, Walker and Company, and Youth to the People. While the industry is growing quickly, it still presents challenges for both new and established companies—keeping up with fast changing consumer demand, where a social media influencer can turn a product "hot" very quickly, and standing out in a crowded environment, where the salespeople in the store often have a major impact on purchase decisions.

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Alloy driving innovation in fashion & retail

Jun 19, 2019  |  2 min read

We’re excited to share that Alloy has been recognized on The Leading 100, a list of break-out technology start-ups driving innovation in fashion and retail! It’s an honor that highlights the importance of the industry’s digital transformation.

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How customers use Alloy

Apr 10, 2019  |  4 min read

Alloy’s customers range from established household names doing billions of dollars in business a year, to digital-native brands just expanding into retail, like Kano and Cora. So you might wonder what these companies have in common, and how they both find value in Alloy’s platform.

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Kano goes from deployment to new insights in two weeks

Feb 26, 2019  |  2 min read

When it comes to retail analytics, the most valuable insights are often hidden deep beneath the surface, at the store-by-store level. For that reason, creative technology leader Kano Computing turned to Alloy to help them analyze their channel point-of-sale and inventory data at a more granular level.

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Case study: Increasing efficiency and improving collaboration

Nov 1, 2018  |  2 min read

Many of the brands we work with have a vision for how they want to use sales and supply chain insights to react with agility to changes in consumer demand, but they don’t always have the necessary tools to do so. This is the position that one of our clients, a consumer electronics hardware company, found themselves in when they first decided to bring on Alloy. 

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