How Skullcandy successfully gained visibility
sponsored by SAP APJ

When Circuit City, Target and Best Buy all bought into midsized retailer Skullcandy's surf-skate-snow lifestyle-influenced headphone, earphone and MP3 player business at the same time in 2007, the anticipated explosion of growth meant that Skullcandy was going to need to fix its lack of control over and visibility into inventory levels throughout the supply chain.

View this brief webcast to learn how the new infrastructure that Skullcandy implemented has:

  • Enabled superior supply chain control and visibility
  • Helped transform the company's small, manual labor-driven operations to a well-oiled, process-driven machine
  • And provided the scalability to accommodate expected continued growth of between 300 and 500% per year.
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