Data modelling, data warehouse development, and managerial tools development for monitoring and predicting inventory status.


Teva Naot has been producing and selling unique shoes since 1941. More than 70 years later, Teva Naot shoes are sold at more than 6,000 points-of-sale around the world, with the help of a large array of sales reps worldwide, as well as vast digital distribution.

The company places great emphasis on optimal comfort and advanced technology, and views innovation as an important and central value for the company and its customers.

Project Objectives

Integrating data sources and building central data warehouses for cross-organizational use

Building an organizational metrics system for examining activities, quality, profitability, and more – all in one place

Creating advanced distribution capabilities for transitioning to online Internet sales

Significantly increasing inventory quality

Constructing a real-time interface system for the company’s website, distribution companies, and stores

Introduction logistical improvements to ensure just-in-time distribution and delivery from the factory warehouse

Developing a control and management tool

Designing statistical tools for predicting inventory status

Work Process

The work was carefully planned in order to go live on a specific date, between the winter and summer seasons – based on the customer’s constraints and ensuring that the relevant content is supplied at the relevant time.

  • Modelling data and database architecture

  • Defining data deviation processes via ETL

  • Specifying measures and features for research

  • Determining system screens for users and reports

  • Writing specification documents and trainings

  • Mapping and defining data sources

  • Connecting to data sources using ETL tools

  • In light of the size and scope of the project, and to enable managers throughout the organization to optimally deal with the process, the project was conducted in stages and divided into fields of content in line with the company’s activities.

Anagal Next exceeded its goals, delivering the product on time and with a 20% saving on the forecasted budget.

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