My article* will ask a question to which many parties claim they have the answer. I want to talk to businesses that have exploited the full potential of data analytic software to keep warehouse stock to a minimum while avoiding shortages on the shelves.
As ever, it's the real life examples that make this kind of article come alive. So I need to talk through the results of putting this technology to work with recognisable names in the international retail business.
I've got a lot of other commitments on at the moment and will be looking to carry out interviews as soon as possible and hopefully by close of play on October 2. So rapid responses are required. Please don't suggest data analytics user examples unless they are actually ready and willing to grant an interview.
*How can companies use data analytics better to minimise the amount of stock they keep in their warehouses and make sure products are where they need to be at exactly the right time? This article appeared in the FT on Wednesday 22 October 2014.