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Tommy Bahama Goes Live With JustEnough Merchandise Financial Planning

In May 2017, JustEnough Software announced that Tommy Bahama, an island-inspired lifestyle brand that defines relaxed, sophisticated style in men’s and women’s sportswear, swimwear, accessories, footwear, as well as a complete home furnishings collection, went live with our industry-leading Merchandise Financial Planning solution, which helps top retailers around the world better set sales, margin and inventory targets and manage their open-to-buy budgets.

Although Tommy Bahama began as a wholesale company, over the years it has opened 168 domestic and international retail stores, restaurants and has launched an e-commerce site. Seeking powerful and responsive solutions to support a multi-channel retail organization, the company turned to JustEnough Software for its proven ability to help retailers manage by exception, leverage inventory throughout the supply chain, as well as deliver planning and process consistency across multiple channels.

The JustEnough team worked closely with the retailer on the solution design and an implementation timeline to ensure a smooth, on-time installation with minimal disruption to the business.

In our joint announcement, Stacy Plews, Sr. Director DTC Planning at Tommy Bahama, said, “Working with the JustEnough implementation team was a great experience, their expertise and support allowed us to take a spreadsheet based manual process and leverage their technology to deliver consistency in planning and process across product divisions and channels to focus our time on strategically managing our business. As our business evolves, their solution will give us a flexible and scalable tools to meet this future demand.“

To learn more, read the full press release here.


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Best Buy

Best Buy is a leading provider of technology products, services and solutions. It offers expert service at an unbeatable price to consumers, small business owners and educators who visit its 1,600 stores throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The company generates nearly $40 billion annually, and employs more than 125,000 employees.

In 2016, Best Buy embarked on a project to replace its legacy system with a modern advertising and promotion management solution. The company ultimately selected an enterprise-wide, onsite license of JustEnough Promotion Management for its flexible approach to the advertising and promotion planning process. The JustEnough solution is expected to go live in early 2018.

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Vans and The North Face

Founded in 1966, Vans has stood for authenticity in youth lifestyle since day one. The manufacturer of apparel, including its iconic shoes and products like t-shirts, hoodies, socks, hats and backpacks, operates nearly 600 retail stores around the world. Vans is also active in the action sports and music industry. The company sponsors skateboard, surf, snow, BMX and motocross teams, and has also been the primary sponsor of the annual Vans Warped Tour traveling rock festival.

The North Face began as a small mountaineering retail store in California in the 1960s. Now, more than 50 years after its humble start, The North Face delivers an extensive line of performance apparel for men and women, equipment and footwear that cater to college students, climbers, mountaineers, skiers, snowboarders, hikers and endurance athletes across the globe.

The companies, both of which belong to the VF Corporation brand portfolio, selected JustEnough Allocation, Inventory Planning, Replenishment, Demand Forecasting and Profiling solutions in 2016. Recently, Vans and The North Face went live with JustEnough Allocation, which leverages allocation rules to model performance criteria and ultimately determine the best placement of stock. The JustEnough solutions will continue to be deployed at both companies over the next year.

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Ackermans is a South African-based value retailer selling everyday contemporary casual wear at competitive prices in more than 560 stores located throughout the country. Having realized success using the JustEnough Demand Forecasting and Replenishment solutions for more than 10 years to address inventory management needs and reduce stock-outs, the company turned to JustEnough to help it overcome challenges associated with allocation.

Ultimately, the retailer selected JustEnough’s best-in-class Allocation solution to replace a legacy in-house solution. JustEnough Allocation takes current and inbound stock levels into account to ensure inventory is pushed to the optimal store or sales channel, thereby maximizing the stock’s selling potential. The implementation of JustEnough Allocation at Ackermans will begin the summer of 2017.

JustEnough In The News

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RIS News

In early May, RIS News published a byline by JustEnough, which offers six strategies to help retailers better improve in-season planning and address exception management variation. Making exception management a critical aspect of their end-to-end planning and execution process gives businesses the ability to understand why an item is selling above or below expectation – and thus avoid the costly pitfalls of having too much or too little stock on hand. Check out the JustEnough byline in RIS News here.

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OnCloud vs. OnSite

At JustEnough, we understand that retailers need simple solutions to help them increase sales and margins and grow customer satisfaction with a seamless shopping experience – all while reducing stock-outs, markdowns and overall inventory costs. Our fully integrated suite of demand-driven retail planning solutions do just that. We make it simple to plan better assortments, allocate products to the optimal stores, plan pricing and markdown strategies, maximize selling-space effectiveness, and replenish inventory with accuracy.

We offer both OnCloud and OnSite installations of our solutions. Whichever option you decide is right for your business, the best-in-class functionality and ease of use they offer remains the same. If integration is a key consideration, we’ve got that covered too. No matter which way you decide to deploy your JustEnough solutions, they will seamlessly work with ERP providers such as SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Dynamics and more.

Want to learn more about the benefits of an on-cloud or on-site implementation? Check out our newest solution sheet here.

Cloud Computing Capacity

JustEnough’s OnCloud offering leverages the power of compute node scaling, also known as n-tier architecture. In response to rising demand, our platform can automatically add nodes to provide more processing power to get work done in as little time as possible. As such, JustEnough OnCloud users benefit from exceptional reliability, scalability and performance.

Our OnCloud partners now also include Google Cloud Platform and Amazon Web Services, in addition to Microsoft and Rackspace Hosting. Read more in our updated JustEnough OnCloud Platform brochure here.

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Six Steps to a Seamless Software Implementation

Smart retailers recognize that implementing new software can supercharge their businesses. But they also dread doing it, because they know that the devil is in the details when it comes to introducing unfamiliar technology to their teams and making it part of their infrastructure.

Change is a journey, but a retailer that prepares properly before embarking on it can make sure that the implementation ultimately achieves what it wants. That may mean being able to make in-season adjustments to address new trends or it might be optimizing assortments to improve sales. Therefore, retailers must start by asking themselves: What kind of outcomes do you want to see the software implementation achieve? How small or large in scope should this project be, initially? Do you have the right resources—meaning budget, time, and people—to make this happen right now?

In this newest thought leadership article, JustEnough Software offers six tips to help companies navigate a smooth software implementation. Learn more here.

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