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Fashion & Other Retail

In these difficult times for the sector, Retailers must strengthen their Supply Chains with the tools necessary so that they may drive the business.

To the traditional challenges the sector faces, we can add the seismic shift of buying behavior from in store to online, a tendency already in motion but accelerated by the COVID-19 crisis, ever more demanding expectations in delivery times, a shift in the role of the physical store, initiatives in sustainability, or the emergence of new players in an ever more competitive space.

Improvements in Productivity

Logistics operations are not static; they are in continuous adaptation and redefinition.  Consumer habits change and this requires that the Supply Chain is flexible and easily adapts to these changes. At Supply Nexus we can help redesign and adapt your Supply Chain to this reality.

End to End Visiblity in the Supply Chain

Imagine that you had the ability to access data in real time at any level of the Supply Chain about orders, stock, and deliveries, as well as any disruptions that might occur in supply. You would be able to anticipate problems and act accordingly before they begin to impact your business. This is possible today with Control Towers.

Omni-Channel Transformation

Align the organization and its processes to eliminate channel delineated silos and unify assets, planning and execution across online and offline channels. Integrate online and real time "Enterprise Inventory" in eCommerce order capture to provide accurate and reliable commitments to stock availability. Dynamically allocate orders to the optimal preparation facility (physical store or fulfilment center) at order capture based on delivery time and fulfilment / transportation capacities and costs. Maximize visibility, control, efficiency, and reliability in eCommerce fulfilment and transportation operations to ensure profitability and client satisfaction.

Workforce Planning

Workforce planning is complex. Sometimes there are not enough resources, and sometimes there are too many. An optimal workforce plan implies cost savings, increased productivity, and increased sales. Your planner can achieve a better match between staff deployment and demand, both in stores and in the distribution center, through systems that forecast demand applying advanced algorithms, AI, ML and apply advanced optimization algorithms to create an optimal staffing plan that respodns to the predicted demand.

Inverse Logistics

The rise of eCommerce in the Retail sector has a corresponding increase in the volume of returns that must be managed. Companies must be capable of handling these volumes, and providing services that the customer has come to expect, such as "buy online, return in store" and other modalities. This requires reengineering in the company’s infrastructures, product flows, processes, and systems.


The European Union has committed itself to zero emissions by 2050. A sustainable Supply Chain is more competitive and better equipped to respond to future developments. Transportation Management Systems (TMS) help businesses optimize their fleet and delivery routes, reducing their carbon footprint and making their Supply Chains greener.


Last Mile TMS solutions guarantee product delivery and allow your company to deliver on the promises it has made with the customer.

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