Monday 21st Aug 2017 - Logistics & Supply Chain

Levi Strauss picks Maple Lake for retail planning

Levi Strauss has hired Maple Lake to implement a standardised merchandise and assortment planning application across its global retail operations.

[asset_ref id=”426″] Levi’s store in London.

Jeremy Leaf, leader of Levi Strauss’s global retail operations team, said: “The Maple Lake solution will help to ensure we are continuing to drive the right assortments in store and maximise our inventory investments worldwide.”

Levi Strauss is expanding its brand-dedicated retail store network around the world and the software will help it forecast supply and demand needs using a common technology platform.

The international retail software vendor is an expert in the field of merchandise & assortment planning with a best of breed application known as QuickAssortment that is globally supported by a team of specialist resources.

Levi Strauss & Co operates around the world through three geographic divisions: Levi Strauss Americas, Levi Strauss Europe, Middle East and North Africa, and Asia Pacific Division. The company has a broad brand-dedicated retail presence with more than 400 company-operated stores and more than 1,500 franchised and licensed stores totalling approximately 2,000 branded stores worldwide.

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