Billabong Selects JustEnough Solutions to Consolidate, Automate and Streamline Omni-Channel Planning and Replenishment

Billabong International selected JustEnough’s Merchandise Financial Planning, Demand Forecasting, Inventory Planning, Replenishment Planning and Allocation to help transform its planning and replenishment processes across all its brands worldwide.

Billabong is a global company that is transitioning from planning regionally using manual, spreadsheet-based processes to using one demand planning system globally. JustEnough’s retail planning suite will be rolled out across the action sports company to consolidate, automate and streamline planning across its wholesale, retail and ecommerce channels.

"Creating a true omni-channel experience is one of the seven strategic pillars in our transformation strategy”, said Kadima Longi, CTO, Billabong. “We have high expectations of our strategic partners in line with our approach of undertaking major structural changes once and doing them right. We look forward to working with JustEnough to build an industry leading global planning platform that optimizes our inventory across all our channels.”

“We selected JustEnough as a best-in-class solution to augment our NetSuite ERP system based on its intuitive, easy to use user interface, ability to scale, OnSite and OnCloud deployment options and impressive customer community”, Longi added.

JustEnough will provide a robust and flexible solution enabling Billabong to:

  • Increase inventory turns and visibility
  • Improve customer service levels while minimizing inventory
  • Programmatically move inventory
  • Enhance planner productivity with exception-driven planning

“We are very pleased that Billabong selected JustEnough’s retail planning suite to drive greater omni-channel inventory efficiencies across the globe”, said Malcolm Buxton, president and CEO, JustEnough. “JustEnough is providing Billabong a scalable, configurable solution that will enable it to offer a broader and deeper product offering to its customers while controlling inventory.”