Start ups set to disrupt ” supply chain Inventory forecasting” for mid markets

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retail forecastingWhile most enterprise customers are well versed with the issues that plague their supply chain inventor problems a have some kind of solution to tackle compliance. However its the small and the mid market retail stores and chains for whom managing real time inventory remains a perpetual consistent, made more acute by lack of investment on an kind of predictive analytic engine or that gives them what they need, instead of having to buy the ” off the shelf solutions ” used by big and enterprise customers

Among many start ups who are trying to ” solve this acute inventory demand forecasting is bangalore based start up Retigence technologies who have developed a PRAN (predictive analytics Engine ) to solve this retail inventory distortion problem

Their engine is based on SAP HANA platform, we help stores align inventory with real time demand powered by our analytics engine PRAN. To know more about our solutions click here


Social Web and US Elections: Obama vs Romney

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President Obama has more than 5,000 times the “pull,” or influence, than the average Twitter account, compared to Mitt Romney at 466 times the average. That means Obama has 12 times the influence of Romney. That seems like a clear win in the Obama column — until you consider that Obama has 30 times the followers that Romney does, meaning Romney is doing a better job of influencing his smaller audience.

Breaking down both presidential contenders’ followers into demographic categories, PeekAnalytics says Obama’s followers are more international (48% of Obama’s followers live abroad compared to 10% for Romney), they’re younger (58% are between the ages of 18-25, whereas 43% of Romney’s followers are in that bracket), and female (47% for Obama, 29% for Romney) than Romney’s social audience. Meanwhile, Romney’s followers tend to have higher incomes (30% of Romney’s followers make more than $100,000 a year, that category makes up 22% for Obama).