Want to Learn more about Agilence?
Five Below wanted to build a new asset protection department from the ground up, but they did not have the right tools in place to build a solid foundation.
Rack Room Shoes needed to pinpoint operational policies associated with unnecessary losses that were eroding margins.
After bringing together two companies, SpartanNash needed a solution to help improve the efficiency of their corporate users.
Shoe Carnival needed a solution as flexible as they were so that they could stay on top of their loyalty program and minimize losses.
Kirkland’s needed a way to use their data to discover operational inefficiencies and isolate loss prevention related exceptions.
Price Chopper was trying to replace a legacy tool that forced their team to manually manipulate data and put an unnecessary workload on IT resources.
Stephen South of HMS Host compares his experiences with basic POS reporting to the power of Agilence's Data Analytics Platform.
Jim Mires and Jo Wiley of Sally Beauty as they discuss the many benefits they've experienced working with Agilence.
Charlotte Ayers of Hy-Vee discusses how her team uses Agilence and how Hy-Vee enjoys working with the Agilence team.
Bill Atwell of Neiman Marcus discusses how his team uses Agilence, and how Neiman Marcus enjoys working with the Agilence team.
Anthony Iezzi of Citi Trends discusses the various benefits his team has experienced since using the Agilence Data Analytics Platform.
This short video features Melissa Martinez of Northgate Gonzalez Markets as she discusses how her team has benefited from their work with Agilence.
This Grocery chain needed help ensuring their business remained compliant with new plastic bag bans.
Without proper reporting capabilities, one of Agilence's C-Store customers had no way to measure the effectiveness of their loyalty and rewards program..
Three examples of Agilence customers identifying labor inefficiency and opportunities for operational cost savings.
Without knowing it, deli staff members are avoiding making a 100% of their potential sale every time they under-weigh a deli order.
This grocer wanted greater visibility into their key item sales by day/time. Specifically, they wanted to measure rotisserie chicken production during peak hours.
Business leaders at this restaurant organization wanted to understand the effect that employee meal abuse was having on their bottom line.
This fast-growing quick-service restaurant organization needed a way to identify sources of loss including fraudulent activity and operational waste.
This multi-concept organization operates nearly 250 retail stores and over 100 restaurants. Business leaders lacked a full view of their operations.
One of America's largest fast-food brands needed greater visibility into their drive-thru performance, ensuring that it is both accurate and fast.
Voids, error corrects, and other means to adjust orders in progress are a necessity but one leader found that nearly half of all cash transactions contained a void.
Corporate leaders for one specialty retailer were concerned by the number of price overrides throughout the enterprise.
This big box retailer wanted to measure the sales increase of pushing proprietary credit card sign ups at the register.
This retailer was losing profits because multiple discounts were being applied in the wrong order at the POS. But first, they had to pinpoint the issue and quantify the loss.
A footwear retailer wanted to measure their upsell and cross-sell strategy that included a sock display at the check-out counter along with various other relevant add-on items.
This specialty retailer needed to measure the effectiveness of promotions while also identifying a ballooning shrink issue.
One specialty retailer recently implemented a BOPIS strategy and infrastructure, but needed greater visibility into the impact on sales and areas for improvement.
Curious about the usage of their employee discount, analysts ran a report using Agilence to identify out-of-policy discounts.
Damon Cavasin of SpartanNash discusses how his team and other departments have benefited from the robust functionality of Agilence.
Chris Logel of Shoe Carnival discusses the increased visibility and efficiency his team and other departments enjoy using Agilence.