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Out of shelf & Supply

Take advantage of the synergies between computer vision data and loyalty card transactions to optimize your logistics processes and minimize stock-outs

Out of shelf & Supply
Out of shelf & SupplyOut of shelf & Supply

Thanks to real-time data and coverage of the entire inbound and outbound supply chain, you'll be able to react quickly and improve stock control. Collaboration with brands is also possible by sharing data as part of our platform.

In a few words, computer vision offers significant advantages to the food retail sector. This technology uses algorithms and automatic learning models to analyse and interpret images and videos, enabling smarter decisions to be made and improving operational efficiency.


Manage out-of-stock and evaluate the shortfall in revenue resulting from these situations

Instantly, on our platform, obtain the number of out-of-stocks, their duration and the shortfall. This shortfall is available at several levels: for the product(s) selected, for the supplier and for the category. It can be used to prioritise the corrective actions to optimise stock management.

In addition, stock-outs can be identified at several levels: stock-outs on the shelf, stock-outs in the shop or stock-outs in the warehouse. This division allows us to refine the actions to be taken accordingly.

Finally, our platform can be used to manage all these indicators at different levels: over time, at the product level (supplier, brand, right down to the product), at shop level, etc. Thus, at shop x product, it is possible to identify which products are the most disruptive and in which shops, for what shortfall.

Manage out-of-stock and evaluate the shortfall in revenue resulting from these situations

Anticipate future stock-outs and transfers

The tool also enables you to identify the main transfer products for out-of-stock products. In this way, you can highlight substitute products on your e-commerce site. But you can also pay attention to the stocks of these transfer products, which will probably see their sales increase, particularly for products that are already often out of stock in normal times. The objective is to avoid a cascade of out-of-stock and to optimise stocks as much as possible in order to preserve your sales.

Anticipate future stock-outs and transfers

Be alerted in real time to react effectively

In addition to the regular piloting enabled by the platform, alerts are available to alert you in real time to actual or potential problems with stock management. Some examples:

Products out of stock for more than a day: identify the source of the shortages and rectify it quickly to avoid long stock-outs.

Products that could be out of stock shortly: anticipate future out-of-stocks and increase/optimise stock.

Products that are overstocked: optimise stock and implement upstream/downstream actions to sell off stock (promotion, targeted communication, etc.).

Be alerted in real time to react effectively



In conclusion, computer vision coupled with Memory solutions offers the food retail sector powerful tools to improve stock management, customer experience and sales optimisation. By using this technology intelligently, food retailers can not only optimize their operations, but also respond better to their customers' needs, resulting in greater efficiency and customer satisfaction.