Store management and operations teams are often challenged by burdensome, outdated systems to complete daily operations — using precious time and energy to troubleshoot, enter information manually and delegate tasks to other team members. But by holistically considering people, processes, and tools, retailers can gain next-level business intelligence capabilities.
RevUnit partners with leading retailers to create tailored task management solutions that integrate into existing systems, providing real-time insight and in-store collaboration.
Every organization we work with is different in their strategy, systems, team makeup, and data needs, so there’s not one single approach to building a custom data solution. Because of that, our teams are experts in the data journey — from modeling raw data to data visualization and building products that drive action. Once we have an understanding of your needs, we’ll create a customized solution to fit.
We won’t just build a product; we will work with your teams and systems to get the data necessary to surface actionable insights, faster.
Through a teach-and-do model, we’ll work with your team to build a task management system unique to your stores and workflows. Through data integration, managers will be able to prioritize, assign, and view completed tasks.
Identify, validate, then deliver solutions for driving data innovation — all within time-boxed cycles.
Improve the in-store experience for customers and employees by delivering actionable data to managers.
Create adaptable assortment planning that leverages AI to help your planners create more profitable, unique assortments.
Gain visibility into inventory shrink so you can make informed decisions on where to invest.
How one of the world’s largest retailers created a scalable digital platform that’s now used each day by more than 1.5 million team members in six countries
Change management has to be conducted the right way in order for any potential frontline data tool to be successful.
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