Monday Jul 28, 2014

Announcing the Retail Reference Library 14.0.1 and Translations for the 14.0 Retail Reference Model

The Oracle Retail Reference Library (RRL) release 14.0.1 is now available, and its rich content and artifacts are critical to a successful implementation of Oracle applications.

Oracle Retail Reference Library (RRL) 14.x (Doc ID 1617507.1/Patch 19073202)

The Retail Reference Library contains the three components listed below. Each of the three components can be installed and utilized independently.

  • The Retail Reference Model (RRM) is a comprehensive collection of established, industry leading business processes which guide retailers and implementers on the use of Oracle Retail applications.
  • The Retail Reference Architecture (RRA) describes various views of Oracle Retail’s solution offerings, including contextual models, integration models, and deployment models.
  • The Retail Semantic Glossary (RSG) is a Web-based application that facilitates a single source for defining terms, metrics, and measures used by retailers.
The Oracle Retail Reference Library contains deep retail intellectual property that Oracle Retail shares in order to help retailers and partners accelerate their implementations and derive maximum value from Oracle Retail software. 

The Patch download contains installation instructions, all RRL content (RRM, RRA and RSG), and all supporting documentation.

New Translated Content in the Oracle Retail Reference Library (RRL) 14.0 (Doc ID 1617507.1/Patch 18154578) 

In addition to the 14.0.1 release of the RRL, Oracle Retail is pleased to announce the translation of the version 14.0 Retail Reference Model Visio business process flows into 8 languages. The translated content has been packaged in the RRM 14.0 location and is in the languages listed below:

  • German
  • Japanese
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese (Brazilian)
  • French
  • Russian
  • Italian
  • Chinese (Simplified)

Please send any questions, comments, or suggestions about any version of the RRL to the following email address:

Friday Oct 26, 2012

Announcing Oracle Retail Reference Model, Version 2.4

The Oracle Retail Reference Model (RRM) collection of established practice business processes has been updated and re-released as RRM, Version 2.4. A permanent link to the My Oracle Support Document ID, 1145264.1, is available on the right side of this blog, in the Bookmarks section.

The Oracle Retail Retail Reference Model (RRM) business process designs are intended to support an implementation of the merchandising, stores, and planning products. These designs are a guide for both the business and implementation teams. They explain some scenarios and factors that need to be considered for a successful implementation. The designs are created for a generic retailer, with some considerations made for hardlines, apparel (softlines), grocery, and telecommunications.

Oracle Retail Reference Model 2.4

  • Doc ID 1145264.1
    This release includes the following:
    • Updates for particular Oracle Retail application releases since August 2011.
    • Updates per feedback received from process users, including Advanced Inventory Planning flow additions.
    • Improvements in the area of standardized role names and organizational units.

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Friday Mar 09, 2012

Announcing Oracle Retail Tutorials for the Retail Reference Model and Retail Reference Architecture

Oracle Retail  is currently piloting a new training opportunity for retailers and partners – Oracle Retail Tutorials. These tutorials are intended to provide short product-related content in areas that may be particularly challenging, or for which Oracle can add value by providing a recorded demonstration. The first Oracle Retail Tutorials explain the Oracle Retail Reference Model, and the Oracle Retail Reference Architecture. These are not part of a larger training course nor is there any charge for them.

Oracle Retail Reference Model (RRM) Tutorial Overview

This tutorial addresses the Oracle Retail Reference Model’s comprehensive collection of established, industry leading business processes, which guide retailers and implementers on the use of Oracle Retail applications to achieve greater business value. This tutorial includes each of the workflow of the retail industry model levels starting at level 0. Each level is a collection of functional areas that describe the retail enterprise as a whole, using Value Added Chain notation arranged according to Plan, Buy, Move, Sell, and Enterprise Operations. It also shows the Business Process Areas Models that are a conceptual representation of a major business process area. The processes support an implementation of merchandising, stores, planning, and supply chain products, and act as a guide for both the business and implementation teams.

To access the RRM Tutorial, access the following My Oracle Support Document ID 1145264.1 and find the Oracle Retail Reference Model (RRM) Tutorial link.

Oracle Retail Reference Architecture (RRA) Tutorial Overview

This tutorial addresses RRA, a set of architectural diagrams that depict the enterprise suite from different perspectives and shows the flow of data across major integration points. The tutorial also shows the business processes and architecture that is important for specific value measures. The tutorial includes a look at business processes, context models logical architecture, physical architecture,  integration models, as as touching on the subject of the Oracle Retail Reference Model.

To access the RRA Tutorial, access the following My Oracle Support Document ID 1330740.1 and find the Oracle Retail Reference Architecture Tutorial Overview.

RRM and RRA Bookmarks

For your reference and ease of navigation, deep links to both RRA and RRM are now provided on this blog in the Bookmarks section. Please note that access to My Oracle Support is required.


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