Thursday Nov 29, 2012

Are your merchandise systems limiting growth? Oracle Retail's Merchandise Operations Management could be the answer

In this video, Lara Livgard, Director of Oracle Retail Strategy, introduces Oracle Retail Merchandise Operations Management (MOM), a set of integrated, modular solutions that support buying, pricing, inventory management and inventory valuation across a retailer’s channels, countries, and business models.

MOM is the backbone of successful retail operations, providing timely and accurate visibility across the entire enterprise and enabling efficient supply-chain execution driven by plans and forecasts. It's modular architecture facilitates tailored and high-value implementations, giving retailers the information they need in order to offer a quality customer experience through a truly integrated multi-channel approach.

Further information is available on the Oracle Retail website regarding Merchandise Operations Management.

Tuesday Nov 27, 2012

Unlock the full potential of Oracle Retail with Oracle Retail Consulting

In this video, Maria Porretta, Engagement Director, introduces Oracle Retail Consulting which supports Oracle Retail customers by unlocking the potential of the software solutions they are utilising. Oracle Retail Consulting comprises of a global team of over 300 consultants, 70 of which are EMEA based. 90% of the team have a retail background in either IT or business, ensuring true industry expertise and maximum business benefit.

Oracle Retail Consulting offers two primary streams of service; design authority which looks at analysis and design to ensure a guided process through to implementation, and delivery ownership which runs throughout the implementation process.

Further information is available on our website regarding Oracle Retail Consulting.

Monday Nov 26, 2012

An introduction to Oracle Retail Data Model with Claudio Cavacini

In this video, Claudio Cavacini of Oracle Retail explains Oracle Retail Data Model, a solution that combines pre-built data mining, online analytical processing (OLAP) and dimensional models to deliver industry-specific metrics and insights that improve a retailers’ bottom line.

Claudio shares how the Oracle Retail Data Model (ORDM) delivers retailer and market insight quickly and efficiently, allowing retailers to provide a truly multi-channel approach and subsequently an effective customer experience. The rapid implementation of ORDM results in predictable costs and timescales, giving retailers a higher return on investment.

Please visit our website for further information on Oracle Retail Data Model.

Thursday Nov 22, 2012

Sam's Story: It's About Life

Oracle recently released a video illustrating how Oracle products and services impact people every day of their lives. This overview demonstrates just how many different industries rely on Oracle’s world-leading technology solutions to gather and process data, enabling them to engineer systems together in the cloud and in the data centre.

Watch Sam's story here

The video explores how Oracle solutions are impacting the retail, automotive, pharmaceutical, medical and travel industries. Through the central character, Sam, this video highlights how cross-industry solutions like collaboration software, data processing and business intelligence platforms can improve business performance, reliability and flexibility; lower the cost and complexity of IT implementation and management; and deliver greater productivity, agility and better business intelligence.

To find out more about how Oracle’s products and services can help you to deliver better results, visit www.oracle.com/retail

Friday Nov 02, 2012

Introducing Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service

Oracle recently announced the introduction of Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service, a mobile extension to the Oracle Retail Point-of-Service (POS) used by many retailers internationally. Oracle Retail Mobile POS offers wide ranging cost and efficiency benefits by allowing staff resource to be used more effectively whilst also reducing spend associated with fixed POS solutions.

For retailers utilising Oracle Retail Stores Solutions, additional benefits can be realised. Oracle Retail Mobile POS works with these solutions to allow store personnel to check in-store inventory, access product information and specifications, and perform tasks such as the printing or emailing of receipts and the activation of gift cards.

 As Oracle Retail Mobile POS is an extension of Oracle Retail Point-of-Service, retailers can benefit from seamless integration with existing systems, simple upgrade procedures and seamless delivery across the business. However, the solution’s scalable and flexible architecture also supports multiple mobile operators and systems, so retailers are not locked into particular vendors.

As well as being popular with retailers, Mobile POS has also proved to be well liked by consumers as it facilitates improved customer service levels. Retail staff are able to spend more time with consumers on the shop floor, access requested inventory information, and perform tasks that would traditionally have needed to be completed at a fixed cash register.

Additional information can be accessed on Oracle Retail Point-of-Service or read the press announcement Oracle Introduces Mobile Point-of-Service for Retailers.

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