For TOG24, choosing Oracle was a strategic step to compete in today's demanding retail landscape. This is the first but essential step towards maintaining better customer loyalty by providing more ways for customers to interact with the brand. This vital objective is achieved by leveraging the broad capabilities of the Oracle Retail Xstore Point-of-Service solution.
As the surging demand for innovation in payment technologies continues to disrupt the industry; Oracle Retail’s solutions director for Global Solutions Management, Steve Horton, and Adyen’s head of commercial partnerships, EU, Angus Blest, recently sat down to provide insight on their partnership and how the pandemic is driving a new view of how to pay in the New Next of retail.
As the global recovery effort rolls on and the retail economy begins to rebound, luxury retailers have an opportunity to rebuild their operational processes from the ground up, prioritizing maximum agility for the fast-changing future. Let’s dive into how brands can adapt their internal processes to thrive in this new age.
The early uncertainty of the pandemic has given way to definable and actionable trends and takeaways for the short- and long-term retail future. Now is the time for luxury retailers to begin shifting their priorities in kind with their customers, focusing on the necessary products, services, and values of the moment.
Based on our customers’ experience and our analytics, what follows in our guidebook, Top 10 Internal Theft Offenses, is a list of the most common employee fraud risks and a look at how Oracle Retail XBRi Loss Prevention Cloud Service can address those risks.