Retail and Supply Chain

According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, 30% of the U.S. gross domestic product is directly or indirectly affected by the weather. The effect of weather on retail and the supply chain can be significant – and costly. That’s why more and more companies are turning to Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) for weather intelligence.

Accurate and timely weather intelligence enables a more efficient – and therefore more profitable – supply chain while improving customer service.

With AER, supply chain executives can anticipate demand before it spikes and take effective action. Shipments can be accelerated or rerouted to avoid severe weather areas. Seasonal forecasts can drive decision making about inventory levels. Companies can better predict customer traffic and store volume and react accordingly. Retailers and manufacturers can ensure product availability and improve revenue.

To explore how your organization may accelerate revenue please contact us.