Accurate, timely sales data and reliable forecasting capabilities are key ingredients of any continuous replenishment program. However, the degree to which retailers are willing to share movement, promotion and pricing information with vendors managing their inventories varies across the board. A recent industry survey conducted on behalf of the Joint Industry Project on Efficient Consumer Response found that 70% of retailers involved in continuous replenishment electronically transmit ...
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