Improving the way that the food supply chain is managed is about how key information is used. The FDA’s initiative makes a clear statement that now is the time to modernize food supply chains and solutions like Oracle Retail Brand Compliance can help.
Progressive Grocer's study reports that private brand development is the top business opportunity over the next 18 months for 45% of grocers, investment in supporting technology, like Oracle Retail Brand Compliance, yet it does not appear in the Top 7 list for either this year, 2020 or 2021. So why the disconnect?
Retailers can bet on an increase in BOPIS traffic during peak trading this year. Those that aren't ready with the requisite technology and processes to support the shift, should visit Oracle Retail's booth 4837at NRF2020.
Fashion and Outdoor retailer and manufacturer, Cape Union Mart International Pty Ltd, Inc. has selected Oracle to modernize its retail operations. With Oracle, Cape Union Mart will have better inventory visibility and more sophisticated merchandise assortments that keep shoppers coming back for more.
Read about the genres of subscription-based models to understand how Oracle Retail's merchandising and inventory technology is supporting them, and what this looks like in the wider context of the retail industry.
This private brand report examines the state of the industry in North America and provides retail leaders with tangible takeaways for navigating the risks and rewards of private brands in the modern retail ecosystem.
As seen in Today's Grocer, this article looks at how retailers should look to new technologies to link data across their retail supply chain to help keep food safe for consumers. By using Internet of Things (IoT), augmented reality applications and devices, food retailers can ensure the integrity of their materials and end products. When coupled with artificial intelligence, the data creates new insights and opportunities to improve business processes, unlock new growth...