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    Retail Express Chosen by Forrester Research for Inclusion in 2017 Vendor Landscape: Merchandise Management Systems report

    Leeds UK – March, 2017 – Retail Express has been selected by Forrester Research to be included in their latest Vendor Landscape: Merchandise Management Systems report. In the report, George Lawrie, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, reviews the leaders in the field of Merchandise Management Systems. The report is the guide to making the right choice when selecting a Merchandise Management System to deliver differentiating and improved customer experience for your business.

    About Retail Express – RE 2.0
    Retail Express provides the operational aspects of managing, recording and delivering advertising, marketing, pricing, promotions and assortment using the latest in machine learning techniques. Crucially it also provides forecasts for merchandising and the wider supply chain in a single unified product.
    RE 2.0 enables you to see the effects of different prices and promotions on specific items and the cross effects on the category as a whole at the planning stage.
    The software also enables you to forecast all current and planned customer touch points (price, promotion, ad, display, web, flyer, etc.) at the desktop in real time delivering the most accurate possible forecast of demand.

    About Forrester
    Forrester is one of the most influential research and advisory firms in the world. We work with business and technology leaders to develop customer-obsessed strategies that drive growth.
    Forrester’s unique insights are grounded in annual surveys of more than 675,000 consumers and business leaders worldwide, rigorous and objective methodologies, and the shared wisdom of our most innovative clients.
    Through proprietary research, data, custom consulting, exclusive executive peer groups, and events, the Forrester experience is about a singular and powerful purpose: to challenge the thinking of our clients to help them lead change in their organizations.

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