Leroy Merlin selects Manhattan Associates
by MDJ staff
July 06, 2014 12:43 AM | 3721 views | 0 0 comments | 57 57 recommendations | email to a friend | print

Cumberland-based supply chain commerce solutions provider Manhattan Associates Inc. announced Tuesday Leroy Merlin, one of the world’s leading home improvement retailers, has selected Manhattan Associates’ Distributed Order Management solution to optimize its omni-channel retail operations and facilitate the company’s continued growth in Spain, Portugal and Italy. Leroy Merlin’s adoption of DOM in southern Europe extends a long-standing partnership with Manhattan having previously

completed successful deployments of its Warehouse Management and Supply Chain Intelligence solutions at sites in both France and


Leroy Merlin chose Manhattan’s DOM solution to provide it with a flexible order fulfilment capability that will help drive growth in its omni-channel retail business in Southern Europe. The solution will enable new processes across its Spanish, Portuguese and Italian operations including “buy online/pick-up in store” and “buy online or in store/ship from store, warehouse or supplier.”

It will provide real-time, network-wide, visibility of inventory to help avoid missed sales opportunities and optimize store and warehouse fulfillment processes to meet its available-to-promise delivery commitments.

DOM optimizes the fulfillment source selection process by simultaneously factoring in inventory, transportation cost, labor and service level to ensure the order is fulfilled to meet the customer’s requirements while at the same time maximizing profit for the business.

Leroy Merlin is part of Groupe ADEO, the world’s number three in the home improvement market.

Employing 73,200 people and with operations in 12 countries, Leroy Merlin sells

between 36,000 and 60,000 products in every store and has an annual turnover of 16 billion euros or about $22 billion dollars.

For more information, visit www.leroymerlin.com/en or www.manh.com.

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