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Our retail industry specialists work every day with category leaders—applying practical approaches to workforce management, flow of goods, retail technologies, process improvement and in-store execution, layout and design.
In Retail Demand Planning, The Numbers Can Lie
Retail demand planning is largely a game of numbers. But a store that relies entirely on hard statistics will be in for an unpleasant surprise.

What if you could optimize the flow of products into your customers’ hands with little to no disruption? What if you could design a supply chain with the sensibilities of those customers in mind? What if you could use advanced analytics to build efficiency into every aspect of your operations?

That’s what we do. We improve systems and processes to elevate your execution across your supply chain and inside your stores. By blending our customer experience, advanced analytics and operations excellence capabilities, we can help you understand customer needs and make better operational decisions.

From engineering through execution, we bring a practical, pragmatic approach to ensuring the efficient and fluid movement of products from your distribution centers to your stores and every point in between.

Customer Experience
Every retailer has a digital strategy. Few have mastered the complexity of designing an organizational structure and operational framework to support great customer experiences – both online and in-store.
Workforce Optimization
High turnover coupled with increasing customer demands mean that today's retailers need to do more with less. They need a high-performing workforce – a workforce focused on productivity, efficiency and customer satisfaction across all of their operations. Is your workforce up for the challenge?
Kyle Hutchins discusses how the Amazon deal will impact the Seattle retail market.
Date : June 20, 2017 Inc.'s $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods Market could spawn massive renovations among the high-end grocer's 465 stores in North America.
Nancy Tseng discusses Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods with TheStreet.
Date : June 19, 2017
While the ink is still drying on Inc.'s blockbuster $13.7 billion agreement to buy Whole Foods Market Inc., many are already speculating what the combined company might look like should the deal be completed. 
Mark Huson weighs in on Amazon's purchase of Whole Foods in the Tacoma News Tribune
Date : June 16, 2017
The online retailer announced Friday that it was buying Whole Foods for $13.7 billion, the largest acquisition in Amazon’s history.