Project management, business requirements, assessment, and integration planning activities to support development of a consolidated multi-banner distribution center model.
North America’s largest small-box discount variety retailer, operating multiple banners and channels.
Historically, the retailer’s different banners operated independent supply chain outbound transportation networks. However, the company wished to merge its logistics operations into a consolidated distribution center (DC) model in order to realize significant cost savings. The banners used several different technology systems for merchandising, warehousing and transportation that required new integration to send appropriate data between banners.
Additionally, the retailer desired to test shared spaced options at a pilot DC as well as throughout the merged transportation network.