Retailigence: How mobile is enabling the last mile of supply chain management – with founder Jeremy Geiger

The web has spoiled us as consumers. We’ve got the world’s inventory at our fingertips and we expect this type of information from all retailers – including the bricks and mortar ones down the street.

Jeremy Geiger and his team at Retailigence are tackling that very opportunity – inventory 2.0, the last mile of supply chain management. This is a fascinating dive into how they are building local inventory, how mobile is influencing the buying decision, what the balance between pricing and convenience is, how analytics and consumer search patterns can help companies stock the right products at the right time and much much more.


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About Jeremy Geiger

Jeremy Geiger
Jeremy has a successful track record in starting up new markets and building businesses at an accelerated pace with bottom-line results. Jeremy was Managing Director and Board Member of Real-Time Technology Asia-Pacific (subsidiary of RTT, a public company) where, in 3.5 years, he grew revenue 1000% and built the organization from 0 to more than 50 employees.

Earlier in his career, Jeremy held a variety of management positions in NASDAQ-listed CDC Software including VP of Business Development, General Manager and interim CEO for the Business Intelligence division. Jeremy’s first experience in a start-up was with LA-based Supply Chain Management company Adexa, where he was involved in the establishment of multiple new country operations. When he left Adexa, those regions accounted for 50% of Adexa’s global revenue. Jeremy started his career in Management Consulting, where he advised clients on Supply Chain Management, ERP software and business process re-engineering on behalf of PriceWaterhouse (now IBM Global Services) and KPMG.

Jeremy holds a Bachelor degree in Mathematics (with an emphasis on Operations Research, Computer Science and Statistics) and an Executive MBA from Sasin (associated with Kellogg School of Management).

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Rob Woodbridge

I'm Rob, the founder of and I've spent 14 years immersed in the mobile and pervasive computing world. During this great time I've helped some of the most innovative companies grow their business through mobile. If you are in need of a mobile business advisor or coach, connect with me here to get things rolling.

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