to 29 mars 2012

The TXT european summit on Integrated Retail Planning challenges and solutions, in collaboration with Microsoft and Kurt Salmon.

Guest speakers: Desigual Guess Kurt Salmon Louis Vuitton Malletier Microsoft Verywear

Do you believe that more integrated planning processes and decision support tools would help you achieve better assortments and sell-throughs? Are you embracing multi-channel, multi-country and multi-brand strategies? Are you confronted with increased demand volatility and a need to align strategic objectives and operational decision making? Then Thinking Retail! is the Event you will not want to miss.

Following the success of the first edition attracting over 100 participants, Thinking Retail returns with an even richer agenda, more case studies, the latest market updates and technology trends, making it the leading event focused on Integrated Retail Planning & PLM best practices and technologies.

Some of the most innovative brands and retailers in the world, along with Kurt Salmon, Microsoft and TXT experts will discuss the value that Integrated Planning & PLM solutions and technologies can bring across all critical Fashion & Retail processes:

  • Strategic Sales Planning
  • Merchandise & Assortment Planning
  • Collection Development
  • Forecasting and In Season Retail Planning

Thinking Retail will also be the ideal venue to connect and network with peers, analysts, and industry experts.

Register now to secure your place! Availability is limited so please make sure to register asap!

http://www.txtgroup.com/scm/uk/registration.shtml?7674

About TXT e-solutions:

TXT e-solutions is an international provider of Integrated Retail Planning and PLM solutions with over 240 Fashion & Retail customers worldwide. With over 20 years experience, TXT’s leading position has been acquired through working with an impressive customer portfolio; Its suite TXTPERFORM combines planning and intelligence spanning all critical Retail & Fashion processes, including Merchandise and Assortment Planning, Demand and Supply Chain Planning and PLM.

Date : 29/03/2012

Lieu : Paris 

Pour plus d’informations, contacter le département marketing.