top of page

Malabar's Inventory Management Transformation with MARC Powered by Tagway

Updated: May 24



Problem: Malabar, a leading retailer in the jewelry industry, faced significant challenges in managing its inventory effectively. With daily inventory counts conducted manually using paper-based methods, the process was time-consuming and prone to errors. Moreover, management struggled to access real-time reports, resulting in a lack of visibility into inventory levels across the enterprise. This inefficiency hindered decision-making and hindered the company's ability to respond promptly to inventory demands.


Solution: To address these challenges, Malabar implemented MARC, an innovative digital inventory count solution powered by Tagway. The enterprise-wide implementation leveraged cloud-based distribution, enabling seamless integration across multiple locations. With MARC, Malabar's inventory management process underwent a radical transformation. Managers were empowered to assign stock points and designate personnel responsible for inventory counts, streamlining the process and ensuring accountability. Furthermore, management gained unprecedented visibility into inventory levels through a single, intuitive dashboard, providing real-time insights and enabling informed decision-making.


Outcome: The implementation of MARC revolutionized Malabar's inventory management practices, resulting in enhanced transparency across the enterprise. By eliminating paper-based inventory counts and adopting a digital solution, Malabar significantly reduced the time spent on inventory management, freeing up resources for other critical tasks. The single dashboard provided management with actionable insights, facilitating proactive decision-making and enabling the company to respond swiftly to changes in inventory levels. Ultimately, Malabar experienced improved efficiency, reduced costs, and increased customer satisfaction, positioning the company for sustained success in the competitive jewelry market.

19 views0 comments

Comments


bottom of page