AI at the Core of Operational Decision-Making
In the competitive retail sector, Verteego is emerging as a pioneer, thanks to its innovative use of AI to facilitate operational decision-making. The platform has been recognized by Quadrant Knowledge Solutions, which conducted a thorough analysis of key market players, such as SAP and Oracle. Verteego stood out for its advanced solutions, assisting businesses in navigating the complex challenges of the supply chain.
Verteego: A Reference in the Quadrant Knowledge Solutions Report
This is not the first time that Verteego has garnered attention in the field of AI applied to retail. Previously, the company was cited as a representative provider in Gartner's 'Market Guide for Retail Forecasting and Replenishment Solutions 2022.' Rupert Schiessl, CEO of Verteego, emphasizes the growing importance of AI in operational decision-making. According to him, the integration of AI is crucial for anticipating market trends and improving the operational efficiency of businesses. Verteego's technology, in particular, allows for freeing up time for business teams, addressing the diversification of sales channels, and anticipating demand fluctuations faster and more accurately.
Verteego's platform provides a comprehensive view for Supply Chain managers, covering essential aspects such as inventory optimization, logistics, warehouse management, fleet planning, promotion optimization, and more. This recognition as a technological leader attests to the quality and ease of integration of its AI technology into operational processes.
Verteego is a SaaS platform that revolutionizes decision-making in the retail sector and combats systemic waste in businesses by providing algorithms that optimize resource allocation. To achieve this, Verteego automatically generates recommendations enabling decision-makers to maximize the performance of their operational decision-making, taking into account specific business constraints unique to each company. Verteego supports its clients across a wide range of use cases, including inventory management, logistics operations, promotion planning, sales and clearance, pricing, assortment, advertising budget allocation, fleet planning, and more. Founded by Rupert Schiessl and Clément Guillon, Verteego has around thirty employees, with 25% holding a Ph.D., and is distributed between Nantes and Paris.