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VF’s solution to this problem was to develop a system that was designed to provide needed information to VF management to achieve their replenishment goals. CASE DESCRIPTION In the early 1990s, VF introduced its market response system, a decision support system that made true flow replenishment possible by utilizing EDI and POS information. The market response system was supported in part by an executive information system (EIS). This executive information system was a mainframe-based system that had some characteristics of a data warehouse (DW), such as the ability to inquire across dimensions such as time.
Even though the team pulled the data from JeansWear master files that had been in use for years, data integrity was always verified going back several years. To populate the warehouse, the data was obtained by extracting and transforming sequential files from the operational systems, creating sequential files to be loaded into the DW Informix database. The operational systems were a combination of online and batch programs that manage the daily business activity. Data captured via EDI was input into a legacy mainframe replenishment system.
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