The Alloy team continues to grow quickly, and this month, we're excited to highlight two of our newest employees — Tom Jones and Adrienne Alterman. They bring strong industry experience to the company, coming from the worlds of consumer electronics and CPG.Read Now >
We are honored to join companies like Google, IBM, Microsoft, and SAP in being named a best-in-class provider in Consumer Goods Technology (CGT) Magazine’s 19th annual awards. Selected by the CGT community of consumer goods executives, Alloy was recognized as a top 10 vendor for both the Artificial Intelligence and Supply Chain Planning business functions.Read Now >
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.Read Now >
Askuity customers might be feeling a little adrift right now. Support for Askuity is ending unless you only want data from Home Depot, and that means you need to make some tough decisions about what your retail analytics solution will be going forward.
The insights provided by the best retail analytics companies go beyond simple reporting to deliver true predictive power, helping you proactively identify and address top challenges like out-of-stock and overstock situations. Trying to run your business without them would be like using a paper map instead of taking advantage of GPS technology with real-time traffic updates.Read Now >
Retail sales enablement software platform Askuity automatically collects point-of-sale data and provides actionable insights on that information. Using inventory numbers as well as data collected from POS transactions, “Askuity aims to be the single source of data-driven insights for every store, every product, and every consumer,” per its website – but that mission is changing.Read Now >