AMD 475: Analysis, synthesis, and interpretation of information needed to make effective retail decisions in regard to the following: assortment planning, forecasting, customer segmentation, market research, analysis of customer databases, data mining, database interface, pattern recognition, and retail technology applications. Applications of various innovative information systems and technology applications for sourcing (i.e. Sourcing Simulator), supply chain management, stock management, and sales and replenishment analysis with industry data (i.e. Microsoft Excel), cases, experiential exercises and computer simulations.
|Instructors: Prof. Jessica Hurst & Angie Lee (Ph.D. Candidate)|
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