Oracle Retail Cross Talk is an exclusive conference that draws retail executives together in a collaborative format. It features informative sessions and interactive discussions led by industry visionaries.
Bottom Line of Inventory Infographic - If a retailer with a revenue of $500M, that reports a 65% inventory accuracy rate, were to see a 9% improvement in gross sales, with a solution from Oracle Retail, that would mean the retailer could net an additional $45M in annual revenue.
In this webcast, Oracle Retail's VP of Solution Management & Strategy, will share a detailed portfolio update featuring current and planned innovations, designed to help retailers adapt to change with fluidity and agility.
Worldwide we are seeing retailers transforming their fundamental (but not mission-critical) operations, starting with analytics, planning, commerce and others. Those that have made the shift to cloud are seeing the benefits, including faster go-lives, enthusiastic user adoption, and ‘always on’ access to upgrades. Yet until now retailers have been largely reticent to move their core merchandising operations to the cloud. Long the embodiment of a brand’s bedrock in terms of...
The new Oracle Retail Insights Cloud Service Suite is deployed as one cohesive service in the Oracle Cloud and incorporates: • Oracle Retail Customer Insights • Oracle Retail Merchandising Insights • Oracle Retail Science Platform Cloud Service • Oracle Retail Home Regardless of your preferred deployment or analytical maturity, this cohesive suite of services provides rapid value along several dimensions: user experience, analytical categories and retail subject areas.
A leading Middle East retail franchise operator, M.H. Alshaya Co., has teamed up with Oracle as part of an enterprise transformation to improve operational efficiency and build a foundation for future growth and innovation. Alshaya’s digital transformation will empower its associates by introducing retail best practices to create a more responsive and personalized customer service experience across its portfolio of recognized global brands.
Last month, around 30 global retail users of Oracle Retail solutions gathered in Minneapolis, Minnesota for three days to discuss top industry challenges and learn process improvements from one another. The 5th annual Oracle Retail User Group sessions, known as ORUG, was led by retailers such as American Eagle Outfitters, DTPM and Kroger. Attendees ranged from retailers in fast fashion, grocery, DIY, hardlines and more, all eager to tackle burning retail business pains around...