Infosys today announced the launch of
TradeEdge, an insights-driven sales platform which provides visibility to global brands across the demand chain – from distributors to consumers. The new platform delivers insights that help brands accurately sense and fulfill consumer demand while significantly improving sales and operational performance. A cloud-based platform, TradeEdge provides brands one of the most affordable ways to expand reach in the emerging markets.
TradeEdge has a range of innovative features that empower brands to:
Enhance collaboration by allowing companies and distributors to exchange accurate and timely information related to sales, inventory, and products
Expand reach by onboarding distributors rapidly in weeks rather than months, via a cloud-based ERP system, while rolling out best practices across markets within hours
Improve product placement and maximize return on promotions through
visual merchandizing by providing insights into ‘share of shelf ’ at a fraction of audit costs
Reduce wastage and returns of temperature-sensitive products with an innovative solution that monitors the temperature and location of cooling units
Enable unserved retailers to order and pay for products in a cost-effective manner using basic mobile phones
Reduce ordering costs by up to 80 percent with
suggested orders that provide recommendations based on historical data and forecasts
Minimize selling costs by helping the distributor sales force to prioritize store visits based on value, accelerate order acquisition, and increase store coverage by up to 15 percent
Sanjay Purohit, Senior Vice President and Global Head – Products, Platforms and Solutions, Infosys:
“For global brands, the next billion consumers will come from the emerging markets. To accelerate profitable growth, brands need to know these markets better, reach customers faster and do so at lower costs. Designed from the ground up for the emerging markets, Infosys TradeEdge is already helping 10 global brands gain visibility into sales opportunities of more than $20 billion in over 70 countries.”
Andy Walter, Vice President of Global Business Services, Procter & Gamble (P&G):
“Visibility into distributor demand is a key driver to accelerate growth in the emerging markets. P&G and Infosys co-created Distributor Connect, an end-to-end solution that helps us connect with our distributors and facilitates easy exchange of information. This has enabled us to gain significantly better visibility into our downstream supply chain, increase order fill rate and reduce non-productive inventory. We are glad to see Distributor Connect become a part of the new Infosys TradeEdge.”
- Watch the Infosys TradeEdge introductory video
- Read the detailed brochure about Infosys TradeEdge
- Download the Infosys TradeEdge infographic
Infosys is a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing solutions. We enable clients, in more than 30 countries, to stay a step ahead of emerging business trends and outperform the competition. We help them transform and thrive in a changing world by co-creating breakthrough solutions that combine strategic insights and execution excellence.
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