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Transforms the way retailers manage their buying process, improve efficiencies so merchants get time back to be merchants.
Tailor buys by customer to improve sell-thru and ensure each assortment is profitable from the start.
Enables retailers to build financial roadmaps to guide merchandise decision-making and deliver sales and margin goals.
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Learn how GUESS improved their assortment planning by switching from Excel spreadsheets to daVinci and what the change meant to them in this case study.
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