99 Cents Only Stores goes live with JustEnough solution stack

Sean Dudley
Sean Dudley
By Sean Dudley on 03 December 2014
99 Cents Only Stores goes live with JustEnough solution stack

99 Cents Only Stores, a California-based price-point retailer, has gone live with the JustEnough Demand Forecasting, Inventory Planning and Replenishment solutions.

Based on the success of the implementation, the retailer has also indicated its intention to adopt the JustEnough Allocation and Store Clustering solution for the next phase of its replatforming.

“With JustEnough Demand Planning, we centralised the replenishment function to better standardise assortments and manage in-stocks,” said Joshua Nugent, IT director, supply chain, 99 Cents Only Stores. “This in turn will allow for improved product placement and fewer stock-outs for new and promotional products across our 362 stores.”

99 Cents Only Stores selected the JustEnough solution, which runs on Microsoft technology, due to its intuitive and easy-to-use user interface, OnCloud deployment option and rapid return on investment.

The JustEnough Demand Forecasting, Inventory Planning and Replenishment solutions have already helped the retailer centralise its replenishment, and it is hoped the JustEnough Allocation and Store Clustering solutions will further improve store in-stock levels and drive sales.

“With JustEnough Demand Forecasting, Inventory Planning and Replenishment already deployed, adding Allocation and Store Clustering was the next logical step in 99 Cents Only Stores’ goal of streamlining their processes,” said Malcolm Buxton, CEO and president, JustEnough. “The solutions will help them to achieve their objectives quickly for a fast return on investment.”

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