Renewal of Process

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Career Objective

◆ To work in the challenging environment and with an organization that provides opportunities to learn and contribute.

Professional Experience

|June’11 – Till date Reliance Retail Ltd., Mumbai as Asst. Manager – Merchandising Planner |

As a Merchandiser ◆ Have been in to business by working as an enhancement (IT Accessories) category planner. ◆ Monthly sales plan preparation to achieve overall target monthly and yearly. ◆ Historic sales data analysis and Assortment analysis to get the correct assortment ◆ Continues Sales vs. space analysis to change the space allocation according to sales. ◆ Inventory roll out not to give a chance for aging inventory by rolling out promotions in frequent intervals.
Secondary Space Management ◆ Documentation of secondary space allocated to Brand (SOH/SIS) per store. ◆ Coordinating with Marketing team and Designing Team for upcoming SOH/SIS, identifying space and ML mapping for smoother execution in Stores.
Analysis report Preparation ◆ Analysis report preparation i.e. MBQ Report preparation as per the requirement of replenishment and operations team so that replenishment should be smoother and execution proper. ◆ Besides planogramming preparing Excess stock report i.e. NIP/NIS report on weekly basis, assortment standardization/Planning by checking Layout module. ◆ Preparing Space allocation sheet for sales vs. space analysis and redistribution of space available as per business requirement. ◆ Creating Fixtures and designing layout model (.psy file) in JDA to meet the 3D fixtures used in DIGITAL and RDX stores.
Space Planning ◆ Space Planner – CDIT…...

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