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By: Yan Krupnik, Marketing Manager, Retalon  

 Every retailer wishes to have the right product at the right place at the right time. In order to achieve this there is a lot of thought put into inventory management, allocation, and replenishment processes. Most retailers begin by creating a plan based on the big picture of their business process, and then they purchase the inventory, and allocate it to stores from the DC. Once inventory begins to run low at a specific store, it is replenished from the DC. This strategy would be nice if real life actually worked that way. Unfortunately, this scenario raises a

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