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Alloy Selected By Valvoline To Enable Demand-Driven Supply Chain

The announcement comes after Alloy proved to Valvoline that its platform can successfully replace legacy tools – providing substantially better visibility, reporting, analytics and alerting – and swiftly scale the capability across retailers and Valvoline Instant Oil Change Centers.

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Alloy, a modern demand platform for consumer goods brands, recently announced Valvoline, a worldwide supplier of premium branded lubricants and automotive services, is implementing Alloy’s enterprise supply chain solution.

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The announcement comes after Alloy proved to Valvoline that its platform can successfully replace legacy tools — providing substantially better visibility, reporting, analytics and alerting — and swiftly scale the capability across retailers and Valvoline Instant Oil Change Centers. Further, Alloy will enable Valvoline to strengthen retail partnerships through:

  • Connecting daily consumer demand with Valvoline’s supply chain network data;
  • Accurately identifying phantom inventory to prevent ongoing lost sales; and
  • Enhancing market-level analysis and best practice sharing across account teams.

“Valvoline’s supply chain strategy is to become more and more forward-looking, proactively aligning inventory to future demand, instead of simply reactive to customer orders,” said Craig Moughler, chief supply chain officer at Valvoline. “Alloy will be a cornerstone of that strategy because it can project where problems are most likely to occur in the future, at a granular level. Too much of the current reporting washes out the details and hides problems.”

“Sophisticated supply chains, like Valvoline’s, have traditionally been under-served by available solutions,” said Joel Beal, CEO, Alloy. “By taking an integrated, demand-driven approach to modeling inventory throughout the supply chain network, from production to retail, Alloy is enabling teams to increase efficiency and improve margins in an unpredictable consumer environment.”

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