Webinar: How Tile manages unpredictable demand and supply chain disruptions

Watch this webinar on-demand, and learn strategies from CEOs of Tile and Alloy on managing supply chain disruptions.

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Between the pandemic, global conflict, and persistent supply chain disruptions, the future is getting harder to predict for businesses. As a top seller in retail stores such as Best Buy and Target — on top of their impressive ecommerce sales — the innovative consumer electronics brand Tile developed a set of strategies to become a more dynamic and successful company amid this uncertainty.

This is your chance to learn the secrets of Tile’s success — a brand with more than 40M Tiles sold worldwide, and a thriving community of users spanning 195 countries. Watch this educational webinar on-demand, featuring a discussion between CJ Prober, CEO of Tile, and Joel Beal, Alloy’s CEO on how Tile uses data in Alloy to plan in a smarter, more dynamic way, and execute those plans with greater precision. The two CEOs explore how Tile is:

  • Identifying demand patterns: Tile quickly learned that forecasting based on historical data wasn’t a great indicator of future performance. Learn how they analyze real-time POS data across different retailers to keep their finger on the pulse of consumer demand.
  • Finding insights into why demand looks the way it does: Knowing what is happening with your demand is important, but knowing why is better. Why is sell-through up in one retailer and down in another? Prober will explain how the Tile team is able to drill into individual store performance to unlock insights.
  • Becoming more dynamic by connecting consumer demand to their supply plans: Once Tile understands what their demand pattern looks like, they need to ensure their supply plans are based on that demand signal — and adjusted accordingly as things change.

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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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