Size curves, also known as size breaks, define the ideal ratio between different sizes of a Color Choice or a Style. This post covers how to calculate the optimal size curve for a given product and walks you through how to use our free Size Curve Generator Template.
Weeks of Supply, also known as WOS, is a key performance indicator (KPI) that all retailers should be watching closely to understand the health of their inventory. This article covers how to use WOS and the different ways of calculating it.
We’ve written a handful of Google Sheet Scripts to give us additional custom formulas that help with many crtical merchandising workflows. Check out this post for a list of custom formulas, along with links to our public Google Sheet that demonstrate the extended capability.
This post covers the difference between Initial Markup (IMU) and Maintained Markup (MMU).
Step by step guide on how to use the Toolio Item Planning template to better manage your core items and ensure they never go out of stock.
Click here to get the most up to date free retail calendar and a guide on how to best use it to accurately compare your sales data.
Step by step instructions on how to use the Toolio merchandise financial planning and open to buy template.
In this guide, we break down the main steps you should be taking to create an effective merchandise financial plan.
This is a list of the most important retail math formulas that everyone in the industry should know and track in order to evaluate performance.