Sourcing Journal covered Oracle Retail's recent portfolio update session that featured current and planned innovations designed to help retailers pivot to the customer and adapt to change with speed and agility.
In the Anatomy of Change: Understanding Consumer Behavior When Grocery Shopping in the New Next 2020, we examine the key impacts of COVID-19 on consumer behavior — including permanent changes in consumer shopping habits, ongoing challenges in maintaining the grocery experience, and consumer exploration of new brands.
If there’s one positive to this turbulent last year, it’s that the digital revolution spotlighted where retailers’ business models can improve. Those learnings have quickly evolved into opportunities and incentives to explore new capabilities–and chart a more defined path forward.
Take a look back at our top customer stories of 2020. We are proud to impact the future of our customers and believe technology provides the scale and agility to face whatever The New Next for Retail means.
In this Oracle Retail portfolio update, learn how cloud technologies can help unleash business agility and unlock new possibilities. Register today to discuss your acute business pains and top business priorities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reaffirmed footwear retailer and manufacturer Bata’s commitment to omnichannel marketing. Bata adopted Oracle Retail applications, including Merchandise Financial Planning and Assortment Planning and Xstore Point-of-Service, to modernize the customer experience.
This holiday season retailers must prioritize effective and efficient communications strategies, manage internal and external expectations, and focus on different retrieval, pick-up, and delivery options to adhere to last-minute shoppers and, subsequently, all shoppers. Check out these holiday shopping considerations for the omnichannel retailer.