Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply Selects JustEnough Merchandise Financial Planning to Manage Growth and Maintain Customer Service Commitment

A provider of home and ranch goods has selected the JustEnough Merchandise Financial Planning solution for its 26 stores and e-commerce business

Irvine, Calif. – September 23, 2014 - JustEnough Software Corporation, a leading provider of demand management solutions for retail, wholesale and direct-to-consumer businesses worldwide, today announced that Murdoch’s, a provider of home and ranch goods, has selected the JustEnough Merchandise Financial Planning solution for its 26 stores and e-commerce business.

 

“Our previous planning tools were not able to support our significant growth and maintain our service-level commitment to our customers. In addition, we needed a solution that would provide us more visibility across our supplier base, allow for enterprise rollup reporting and enable planning down to the SKU level,” said Chris Odegard, Purchasing Manager, Softgoods, Murdoch’s. “After evaluating several vendors, we concluded that JustEnough Merchandise Financial Planning is a best-in-class solution that offers us the most solid planning platform, as well as access to the experienced JustEnough team that can provide new insights, helping us improve our planning processes.”

JustEnough Merchandise Financial Planning allows merchandise planners to manage the entire process, from building financial plans to creating open-to-buy budgets. With JustEnough, Murdoch’s will be able to more accurately forecast future inventory levels and proactively manage in-stock levels to meet customer needs.

 

“We are pleased to provide Murdoch’s with a solution that will address their omni-channel planning needs. With JustEnough Merchandise Financial Planning, Murdoch’s can streamline their processes for enhanced operational efficiency in generating, revising and executing their retail operational plans,” said Malcolm Buxton, CEO and President, JustEnough.

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