Giant: Supply Chain Management and Electronic Data Interchange

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Student/(s) Name and FIN no. ANTONY AJU MARSHAL G1146814X | Programme Name: DIPLOMA IN RETAIL MANAGEMENT |
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TABLE OF CONTENT

1, OVERVIEW
2, Store management of Giant
3, Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) in Giant
4, Store management
5, store layout of Giant
6, Visual merchandising in Giant
7. Conclusion
8. Citation

Overview
Giant Hypermarket is a major supermarket and retailer chain in Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Vietnam and the UAE. It is a subsidiary of Dairy Farm International Holdings (DFI). Giant currently operates ten stores island wide. With their unified format, customers can enjoy the convenience of shopping all under one roof. Giant constantly looking around the world to bring their customers for latest items at the most competitive prices. Their wide range of products and high volume delivered freshness daily guaranteed for their customers. Necessities like rice, spices, canned foods, drinks, snacks, confectionery, and frozen foods, dairy items to the child's health and beauty products and household cleaners. They provide trusted brands at trusted giant price. The hypermarket is the combination of store supermarket and convenience store. The retail facility carries a wide range of products under one roof, including full grocery lines and general merchandise. In theory, supermarkets allow customers to meet all their routine shopping needs in one trip. Hypermarkets usually focus on high-volume business models low-margin sales. They generally have different brands for merchandise available at any one time. Because of the huge footprints, supermarkets many suburbs or choose sites outside the town, which can be easily accessed by car.

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) in Giant
Giant using Electronic data interchange. Compared to paper-based order processing, computer-to-computer Exchange is much less expensive, and reduces the chance of human error. Documents may include EDI invoices and purchase orders, inventories, and thanked the system and advanced shipping notices.

Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) in Giant
VMI is a simplified approach to inventory management and order fulfillment. VMI involves cooperation between suppliers and their customers to change the traditional order of operations. VMI system increases the speed and accuracy in the management of their inventory, so you will never run out of products that they are selling more than others.

Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) and electronic data interchange (EDI) to provide multi-site, multi-level inventory management ensures maximum productivity by eliminating the oversights that can cause project delays. These two systems help increase the accuracy and efficiency of inventory management, while greatly reduced the need to allocate resources for non-expensive value-added tasks.

Store management
Giant currently operates ten stores island. With our unified format, customers can enjoy the convenience of shopping all under one roof. Features in the Store Management tool include opening and closing stores, launching Stores, modifying the store profile, changing...
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