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eSENSE Retail Corporation was founded by a team of industry specialists to provide retailers, merchandisers and manufacturers, a powerful online business dashboard that leverages retail data to proactively manage and monitor point of sale data.  To make informed decisions within a dynamic business environment, supply chain managers need to quickly and securely access information from multiple data points to rapidly predict and react to consumer demand, inventory levels, pricing, promotional ROIs, trends and other critical reporting requirements.

Decades of retail experience…

Exploiting its decades of experience in retail category management, the eSENSE Retail team, based inPicture5 Atlanta, GA, designed, developed and launched the eSENSE Retail solution focusing primarily on suppliers providing product SKUs to the major large store retailers.  The eSENSE Retail dashboard leverages 852 EDI data and other key retail data points. Designed with a suite of retail-specific metrics, reports and alerts; the solution quickly organizes sales and inventory data for instant viewing and analysis across retailers, brands, geography, roles, stores, categories, products, consumers and timeframes.

Our competitive advantage…

Our core value proposition is premised on providing customers fast dashboard access to their critical business information by rendering their 852 EDI data and other retail data sources in a secure, meaningful and relevant format. This includes a suite of retail-specific metrics, standard industry reports, alerts and ad-hoc analysis tools for more informed decision-making in a dynamic business environment.

With no software to install, customers focus on their information requirements to manage their businessPicture8 – this may include analyzing individual store performance, viewing product behavior by geographic regions, projecting future promotion levels and performance, comparing year-to-date sales by product category, monitoring inventory levels or month-on month comparisons by units sold. Information can be analyzed across multiple retailers, brands, stores, geographic territories, products, categories, consumers and timeframes.  This has led to proven business benefits including reductions in operational costs, vastly improved data accuracy and significant cuts in reporting time.

Bottom line…

It’s all about the data and turning it into relevant, easily accessible business information.  This means capturing clean, complete and updated business data from multiple sources and systems, and rendering it in a way that is both understandable and actionable to multiple users within the retail supply chain.