Multi- Criteria Decision Analysis
The Context Jango Clothing, started in 2016, is a Lahore based, denim-focused initiative that quickly grew locally and became the most prominent players of the denim fashion industry. They were a strictly brick and mortar store, and had opened up shop in different locations.
However, due to the debacle of Covid 19 they had been struggling, to get their sales back on track. Some of the stores had been closed and many staff members was put out of work. Now the marketing manager, understanding the trend and knowing what was required to establish some stronger footings to their business, they have to go digital. Jango clothing began a rather strong crusade to build their digital platforms, and have created a digital persona. Initially they have collaborated with different marketplaces that would enable them to move their merchandise but have come to a realization, that it caters to their box-moving but is undermining and somehow can’t really establish brand-retention. So, now what is required to really enhance their digital movement is an e-commerce platform that will convert this traction to sales and also build their brand name.
Multi Criteria Analysis
In order to come to an optimal decision, it is important to cater to different evaluation criteria. So, in order to come to a particular choice of platform, for them to build their digital asset which is also neutral and un-bias at the same time. Multi Criteria Analysis will be used.
A multi-criteria analysis is a statistical method,
Goal Develop a direct to customer e-commerce website that would enable their sales channel and build their brand.
Decision Makers CEO of Jango Clothing
A key factor, that was important is that the customers should have the luxury of choice, in terms of payment gateways and they can choose delivery times. Meanwhile on the backend, the team should be able to integrate which logistics they want the desired orders.