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Posted Date: 1/15/2014

Stage Stores Bets on SAS Analytics to Help Drive Revenue Growth

Shoppers will soon find more of the sizes and styles they want at their local Stage, Bealls, Peebles, Palais Royal and Goody's stores. Parent company Stage Stores, Inc. has licensed analytics from SAS to drive revenue growth while improving customer satisfaction and loyalty. Stage Stores, a SAS customer since 2005, also uses SAS Integrated Merchandise Planning and SAS Markdown Optimization.

"Having the right sizes and products that are tailored for each store is critical in today's challenging retail environment," said Steven Hunter, Stage Stores CIO. "Stage Stores has worked with SAS for years, and this latest investment in SAS Size Optimization will help us optimize size profiles by store to better inform and align buying and inventory allocations to customer demand."

SAS Size Optimization helps retailers improve sales, margins and team efficiencies while lowering costs. By applying analytics to transform sales data into powerful, size-demand knowledge, they can predict future sales and inventory needs by size and determine case-pack supply to meet changing demand.

SAS' powerful analytics and extensive retail industry experience empower retailers to anticipate customer desires and advance business objectives. Plus, SAS' portfolio of retail and customer intelligence software is available through several different investment, deployment and growth options.

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