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Retailing MKTG 3346. Retail Supply Chain. Professor Edward Fox Cox School of Business/SMU. What is Supply Chain Management?. The integration of business processes from the end consumer back to original suppliers, providing products, services, and information that add value for customers.

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Retailing

MKTG 3346

Retail Supply Chain

Professor Edward Fox

Cox School of Business/SMU

what is supply chain management
What is Supply Chain Management?

The integration of business processes from the end consumer back to original suppliers, providing products, services, and information that add value for customers

Source: Levy and Weitz

why focus on supply chain management
Why Focus on Supply Chain Management?
  • Improve return on investment
  • Improve product availability

Reduce Costs! Increase Efficiency!

Net profit = Net profit x Net sales

Total assets Net sales Total assets

Adapted from Levy and Weitz

information and merchandise flows
Information and Merchandise Flows

Customer

Sales info

Buyer

Stores

Distribution center

Vendor

- - - - Merchandise flow Information flow

Source: Levy and Weitz

information and merchandise flows technology
Information and Merchandise FlowsTECHNOLOGY
  • Bar coding
  • Computing
    • Databases and data warehouses
    • Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
    • POS Scanning
  • Radio frequency identification (RFID)

Modern supply chain management is enabled by the application of technology

information flow
Information Flow

Source: Levy and Weitz

information flow electronic data interchange edi
Information FlowELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE (EDI)

EDI is the computer-to-computer exchange of business documents from retailer to vendor, and back.

Advanced shipping notice (ASN) is an electronic document received by the retailer’s computer from a supplier in advance of a shipment.

http://www.disa.org/

Source: Levy and Weitz

merchandise flow
Merchandise Flow

Source: Levy and Weitz

merchandise flow asrs
Merchandise FlowASRS

Unlike a traditional distribution center in which merchandise is handled manually when it enters and is removed from storage, Automatic Storage and Retrieval Systems (ASRS) ensure that merchandise that is received is stored and drawn from storage automatically. This ensures first-in-first-out selection and reduces “shrink.”

merchandise flow crossdocking
Merchandise FlowCROSSDOCKING

Unlike a traditional distribution center that stores merchandise, in this crossdocking distribution center, merchandise is received from vendors’ trucks on one side of the building, moved to the other side of the building, aggregated with merchandise from other vendors, and shipped off to stores - all in a matter of hours.

Source: Levy and Weitz

direct store delivery dsd
Direct Store Delivery (DSD)

…Some product manufacturers deliver product to stores, rather than to retailers’ warehouses

  • Examples
    • Frito-Lay
    • Coca-Cola
    • Nabisco
  • Advantages
    • Control of distribution
    • Setting the shelf
  • Disadvantage
    • Cost
    • Clutter
how to distribute
How to Distribute?

The retailer must decide whether to run its own distribution operations, or purchase from wholesalers, brokers, jobbers or other intermediaries

how to distribute rely on intermediaries if
How to Distribute?RELY ON INTERMEDIARIES IF…
  • The retailer has only a few outlets
  • Many outlets are concentrated in metro areas
  • Rapid replenishment is critical (e.g., convenience stores)
  • Vendor pays freight charges

Adapted from Levy and Weitz

how to distribute self distribute if
How to Distribute?SELF-DISTRIBUTE IF…
  • Demand fluctuates greatly
  • Stores require frequent replenishment
  • Retailer carries a relatively large number of items in less than full-case quantities
  • The retailers has a large number of outlets that aren’t geographically concentrated in a metro area

Adapted from Levy and Weitz

how to distribute benefits of self distribution
How to Distribute?BENEFITS OF SELF DISTRIBUTION
  • More accurate sales forecasts
  • Less merchandise in the individual store, thus a lower inventory investment system-wide
  • Less out-of-stock
  • More cost effective

Self distribution is backward integration – it offers the retailer more control!

Source: Levy and Weitz

how to distribute third party logistics companies
How to Distribute?THIRD PARTY LOGISTICS COMPANIES

Firms sometimes outsource logistics operations

These firms facilitate the movement of merchandise from manufacturer to retailer, but are independently owned

Transportation

Warehousing

Freight forwarders

Integrated third-party logistics services

Adapted from Levy and Weitz

quick response
Quick Response

General merchandise retailers pioneered the “Quick Response” initiative in the 1980s

QR delivery systems are inventory management systems designed to reduce the retailer’s lead time for receiving merchandise, thereby lowering inventory, improving customer service levels, and reducing logistics expenses

Adapted from Levy and Weitz

quick response pros and cons
Quick ResponsePROS AND CONS

Pros

  • Reduces lead time
  • Increases product availability
  • Lowers inventory investment

Cons

  • Smaller orders with greater - more expensive to transport and more difficult to coordinate
  • Computer hardware and software must be purchased by both parties

Both retailers and vendors must invest, or neither receives the benefits

Adapted from Levy and Weitz

efficient consumer response
Efficient Consumer Response
  • In response to the benefits that discount retailers realized from Quick Response, he grocery industry initiated Efficient Consumer Response (ECR) in the 1990s
  • Tenets of ECR
    • Efficient Assortment
    • Efficient Replenishment
    • Efficient New Product Development
    • Efficient Promotion
efficient consumer response22
Efficient Consumer Response
  • ECR was not as successful as Quick Response
  • Vendors were larger and more powerful
  • Reluctance to make large investments
quick response ecr
Quick Response & ECR
  • Point-of Sale Data
  • Affinity Card Data
  • Forecasting
  • EDI
  • Electronic Ordering
  • Electronic Funds Transfer

Information

Consumer

Retailer

Manufacturer

  • Cross Docking
  • Computer Controlled Material Handling
  • Flow Through Distribution
  • Barcoding
  • Vendor Managed Inventory
  • Just-in-Time Manufacturing

Product