RetailTactics Releases dVoid for RightAction™ An advanced In-Store Distribution Void Detection and Correction System

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RetailTactics, the industry leader in solutions for effective merchandising implementation, has released the commercial version of dVoid™ for RightAction™, its software solution for advanced distribution void detection and correction. Built on the RightAction™ technology framework for effective merchandising, dVoid™ is a powerful, yet easy to use tool for store level distribution void detection and correction. The dVoid tool is used to detect distribution voids and then submit them to the store or reset team for fast correction.

RetailTactics, the industry leader in solutions for effective merchandising implementation, has released the commercial version of dVoid™ for RightAction™, its software solution for advanced distribution void detection and correction.

Built on the RightAction™ technology framework for effective merchandising, dVoid™ is a powerful, yet easy to use tool for store level distribution void detection and correction. The dVoid tool is used to detect distribution voids and then submit them to the store or reset team for fast correction.

dVoid™ works by correlating schematic details and POS data. The tool automatically identifies item assignments by store and detects distribution voids. The category manager may select all voids or specific products and stores for priority correction.

Once the distribution voids are selected, a project is automatically initiated for correction at each store location. Each store receives a list of possible distribution voids. Then corrective action is performed. In addition, a complete audit can be performed and the results returned back to the category manager in real time using our PinPoint Audit™ Module.

Fast Detection and correction:
"This tool makes it quick and easy to detect and correct distribution voids," says Joe Nassour, CEO of RetailTactics. "Time pressed shoppers should never be frustrated by going to the store and not finding the products they need when they need them."

Over $1 billion are wasted each year due to poor implementation according to an important white paper by the In-Store Implementation Sharegroup. "This tool is an important step towards improving product implementation at store level," adds Nassour.

About The RightAction™ Family of Software Solutions:
RightAction is a technology framework that enables in-store implementation effectiveness through advanced data, communications, collaboration and reporting. The commercial introduction of dVoid for RightAction™ marks the fourth software solution released by RetailTactics since May of this year to address the imperative for In-Store Implementation and compliance solutions. The RetailTactics software family now includes RightAction for Homestore™, RightSpace™ and Pinpoint Audit™ as well as dVoid for RightAction™.

About RetailTactics:
RetailTactics provides industry-leading software solutions and consulting for effective merchandising implementation of category and promotion plans to the retail consumer products industry - retailers, manufacturers, distributors and third parties. Retail Tactics defined merchandising implementation solutions and is already the industry's leading provider. Its applications are in use by leading retailers, manufacturers and merchandising providers in thousands of stores.

RetailTactics software incorporates the "Plan-Do-Measure" approach to effective merchandising implementation identified by the ISI Sharegroup in its spring 2008 working paper, In-Store Implementation: Current Status and Future Solutions. RetailTactics has been a staunch supporter of the ISI Sharegroup from its inception.

Contact RetailTactics:
Media Inquiries:
James Tenser
Marketing Officer
520-797-4314 (direct - Tucson, AZ)    
jtenser @ retailtactics.com    

Software/Services:
Warren Dawson
Industry Development Officer    
323-983-1221 (direct - Los Angeles)
warrendawson @ retailtactics.com

http://www.retailtactics.com

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