Webinar: Sony’s top retail sales and inventory strategies

Learn Sony Playstation's top strategies for driving retail sales and making smarter inventory decisions across 140+ retail partners. Watch this webinar on-demand now.

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Sony Interactive Entertainment, maker of the Sony PlayStation, has one of the highest-demand and best-selling consumer electronic products in the world. But despite the product’s success, the Sales organization at SIE had long struggled with how much time and effort it took to bring all of their data together. Solving this problem was the first step toward getting the insights they needed for data-driven forecasting, cross-retailer/cross-channel sales analysis, and smart inventory allocation decisions.

Learn how Sony solved these challenges and more. This is your chance to hear the secrets of Sony Playstation’s success — directly from the leader who is driving the company’s retail sales strategy. Watch Doug Evans, Director of Sales Planning & Analysis, Sony Playstation in this on-demand webinar. You’ll learn how the Sony Playstation team uses data in Alloy to better understand their sales today and build smarter forecasts for the future. In this webinar you’ll learn how Sony PlayStation is:

  • Bringing store-level insights to Sony for all retailers (140+ retail customers) to help better manage inventory
  • Saving time by creating a real-time “one-stop shop” for all POS, sell-in, and retailer inventory data, and democratizing access to reports across the business
  • Achieving better forecast accuracy by harmonizing forecasts with POS data

Purpose-built for consumer goods brands


Alloy Planning is going to really help us in figuring out — based on our lead times — how long it takes us to get products to our 3PL to ship to Walmart. That lead time is really important to consider. Alloy Planning is going to take all that into consideration and tell us how quickly we should be ordering.

Larra Haftevani Director of Retail Partnerships

The greatest advantage to making Alloy your partner in the retail space is having harmonized, up-to-date and clean data that you can use to reactively fix issues and proactively increase your sales.

Kyle McGuire
Kyle McGuire Sr. Sales Analyst

I brought Alloy in because I need to be able to understand where I am hurting across the supply chain in real time.

Eric Rossi Sr. Director of Supply Chain North America

Alloy Planning is going to really help us in figuring out — based on our lead times — how long it takes us to get products to our 3PL to ship to Walmart. That lead time is really important to consider. Alloy Planning is going to take all that into consideration and tell us how quickly we should be ordering.

Larra Haftevani Director of Retail Partnerships

The greatest advantage to making Alloy your partner in the retail space is having harmonized, up-to-date and clean data that you can use to reactively fix issues and proactively increase your sales.

Kyle McGuire
Kyle McGuire Sr. Sales Analyst

I brought Alloy in because I need to be able to understand where I am hurting across the supply chain in real time.

Eric Rossi Sr. Director of Supply Chain North America

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