P&H Supply Chooses CLARITY forInventory Solutions

Dec. 27, 2011
HARDI member HVAC wholesaler wanted to maximize bottom line profit

Blue Ridge, leading global SaaS inventory solutions provider, announced today that P&H Supply Company of Muskogee, OK, a member of the BlueHawk Distribution Cooperative, has completed the implementation of the Blue Ridge SaaS inventory replenishment technology, CLARITY Replenish.

P&H is a member of Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI). It specializes in heating, air-conditioning and fireplace supplies. P&H selected Blue Ridge for increased fill-rate and optmized inventory positions to maximize cash and bottom-line profit.

Blue Ridge's solution combines inventory alignment technology and an investment driven approach to support and education...all delivered by a team with first-hand experience as inventory professionals. The expertise of Blue Ridge was a significant factor in the selection by P & H. Blue Ridge solutions are widely used in numerous wholesale industries globally and customers are currently realizing 20-30% inventory reductions while simultaneously decreasing out of stocks and improving margins with forward buys.

"We believe that CLARITY Replenish will help us reduce inventory as well as improve our overall profitability and replace our manual system,” said Steve Thompson, President of P&H Supply. “In this challenging economic environment, we are looking to do everything we can to improve profitability while continuing to provide great service to our customers.”

Atlanta-based Blue Ridge is experiencing dramatic growth by offering SaaS forecasting, demand planning and inventory replenishment solutions with a speed-to-value implementation approach. The Blue Ridge solutions assure proper inventory levels and increased cash flow by enabling retailers, wholesalers, and their trading partners to better manage inventory replenishment while positively impacting overall corporate revenue, profitability, customer satisfaction, and logistics costs.