All of your data — at your fingertips

The Alloy Data Platform was built for data from across the consumer goods supply chain. Break down silos that separate your data, systems and teams with a unified architecture that integrates, harmonizes and enriches data from your partners and internal systems.

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Integration

Integrate, cleanse and enrich data from internal systems or partners in real time

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Automatic, real-time collection of internal and partner data frees up your team and improves data quality

  • Pre-built connectors use techniques like RPA to continuously ingest demand and supply data at the most granular levels

  • Integrate from anywhere with a data-format agnostic platform, including from partner portals, EDI, spreadsheets, email forwarding, APIs and more

  • Cleanse and verify the recency and accuracy of data ingested from other systems

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Modeling

Harmonize disparate data across internal and partner systems to create a unified representation of your finished goods supply chain from manufacturing to your consumer

Supplier, Plant, Distribution, Retailer

Sophisticated data modeling and AI create a unified representation of your end-to-end supply chain

  • Translate SKU identifiers, units of measure and other attributes across distribution partners and your internal systems

  • Map locations and location types, shipment lanes, DC inventory targets, lead times, and more by SKU

  • Understand the past, present and future by flexibly analyzing your data at any time interval, modeling different fiscal calendars, granularities, forecast versions and more

Prediction

Once your data is collected and harmonized, Alloy’s predictive analytics and forecasting engines create forward-looking views of your supply chain so you can anticipate stockouts and predict demand

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Machine learning algorithms keep you ahead of supply-demand imbalances

  • Predict outages or overstocks with forward-looking metrics like Future Weeks of Supply for every item-location combination in your network

  • Forecast unit sales with a selection of seven different out-of-the-box models

  • Simulate the costs of inventory risks with metrics like Lost Sales $ or Spoils $

  • Identify instances of phantom inventory within your retail network

Instant visibility into demand and inventory.
Finally.

Alloy connects real-time demand data with supply chain visibility to simultaneously inform planning and execution decisions. We help businesses respond quickly and precisely to unexpected changes in supply and demand.

connected planning & execution data platform
  • Alloy Intelligence

    Identify sales opportunities and inventory risks in your retail and e-commerce network with point-of-sale and inventory analytics. Learn more

  • Alloy Planning

    Adapt quickly to changing market and supply chain conditions ​​with Alloy’s POS-driven forecasting and planning solution. Learn more

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Why Alloy

Sense. Respond. Predict.

Get an early warning system when your demand and supply are out of whack. And predict what's coming next to stay ahead of your competition.

Purpose-built for consumer goods brands

350+ pre-built connectors to automatically pull and harmonize data from all of your retailers, ecommerce partners, channel inventory and ERP.

Full visibility for every team member — all in one place

Give your teams full visibility into demand and inventory. C-Level execs and analysts alike can quickly find insights in the latest data.

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