US: Five Below plumps for Island Pacific system
Low-price children's wear retailer Five Below has chosen a product replenishment IT solution provided by Island Pacific Systems.
Island Pacific Replenishment is designed to provide retailers with tools enabling them to dynamically project and manage merchandise needs.
According to Island Pacific, the system allows them to track, analyse and calculate replenishment needs using historical weekly sales and future trends.
"We've been able to remove considerable manual analysis time from our store replenishment process by automating with Island Pacific Replenishment," said Chris DeMeester, vice president of IT for Five Below.
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