Common Retail Tech implementation objections
- Let’s face it, all companies need to transform themselves in some part of their life cycle, however this doesn’t mean that implementing a new software or a new process should be easy.
So, let’s explore some common objections or fears and how to anticipate
and overcome them. These are the top 5 objections we’ve heard over the
1- I don't have enough resources
2- My data is a mess
3- It will be hard to integrate
4- Don't feel comfortable about exposing our data into the cloud
5- Features Coverage
- This article will tackle down the most common customer expressions by demonstrating with real business cases scenarios how Prisma has been able to transform retailers’ businesses.
- Once Mexico deregulated its fuels market, many local players needed to introduce change into the way they conducted business and established pricing.
- This was the case of one the most important Fuel retailers in Mexico with more than 500 Gas Stations. Before the deregulation, the Pricing team was formed by only two Pricing Analysts and their role was to execute the same pricing strategy nationwide while ensuring compliance with local Government regulations.
- After deploying Prisma, the same two analysts were able to manage 250 different price bundles, taking into account costs from different vendors, tax structures from different states and competitors’ prices from each trade area. No additional resources were added to the organization. After deploying Prisma, this important fuel retailer duplicated its EBITDA.
- We have 2 teams that can assist in simplifying the clean up and normalization of the item master.
- Our Data Science team uses complex Machine Learning algorithms to clean, normalize and enrich your existing data. And via Machine Learning we are able to cluster stores based on historical transactional data.
- Additionally, our Business team has plenty of experience in helping companies such as yours. We start by conducting a Business Health diagnostics and detecting low-hanging fruits. We can help by defining Known Value Items, Product Segmentation, Stores Segmentation, Category Roles and Strategies, amongst others. Within just the first weeks of the deployment we are able to establish some quick wins/improvements that can be implemented very quickly.
- Our agile implementation methodology and our SaaS model provide our clients the chance to validate the platform and our services with a small investment of money and time.
- Prisma REST API gateway is optimized for microservices and distributed architectures with granular control over your traffic makes it easy to integrate with any other software. We have more than 20 years of experience in developing integrations with ERPs such as SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Dynamics, JD Edwards and Legacy Systems. We tend to adapt to the current architecture and communication systems already in place, to reduce the time and resources needed from the IT department.
- As Microsoft partners and users of Azure, we protect all services with a robust authentication and security layer following Microsoft highest Security Guidelines.
- Prisma has 5 different modules: Pricing, Promotions, Space Planning, Assortment Planning and Smart Supply.
- It is one of the most complete platforms designed for retailers to optimize their main processes and manage their key business variables. Trying to replicate these set of features with another vendor would require to license at least 2 or 3 different platforms, going through 2 or 3 projects and integrating these platforms between each other.
- Our flexibility and agility are two of the main reasons for why our customers selected us and continue to do business with us. At the beginning of the project, we run an assessment with you about the features you want to include and the priorities you have. Our software engineering team with our retail team will document the new features to develop, as part of the implementation process. Our retail team will ask the reasons behind each new feature request. More than once, after understanding why that feature was requested, we have found solutions within the product without having to develop new code. In other cases, if those new features are using industry best practices, we develop and include them in the product.
- Summing up, we are ready to face and show you how to cope with your fears. Our company is constantly learning from past experiences, and growing and consolidating best practices from Universities and Retailers.
- Prisma merges more than 15 years of experience developing solutions for retailers and a big team of software engineers, data scientists and retail experts. Our agile implementation methodology and our SaaS model provide our clients the chance to validate the platform and our services with a small investment of money and time.
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