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It doesn’t matter whether you’re new to Oracle Retail, have an active implementation project that is running or have an existing deployment in production. The same issue applies: You are making a significant investment in the technology and need to develop a reliable and efficient batch schedule.
If you’re new to Oracle Retail, you are no doubt embarking on a major project to improve your competitive position in the retail market. With that in mind, your goals will be to shrink the time-to-market for your retail implementation, lower the reliability risks associated with in-house developed solutions and improve the visibility and control of retail business processes.
In this eBook you will discover a series of recommendations for operating a fail-safe and efficient Oracle Retail operational environment. You will also understand how automation enables you to streamline the execution of your Oracle Retail batch operations and increase the day-to-day efficiency of your operations teams.
You are most likely reading this because you are either an Oracle Retail customer or are about to embark on an Oracle Retail implementation. As with all major application implementations, you must make a significant investment, often of several months or more, to develop a reliable and efficient batch schedule.
With CA Automic Workload Automation, you can cut the batch schedule development and implementation time to just a few weeks, and also reduce ongoing maintenance. The result is reduced total cost of ownership (TCO).
This white paper describes how CA can help significantly shorten your Oracle Retail batch schedule development time. In addition, the paper describes how this Oracle Validated solution optimizes performance of Oracle Retail so your core retail processes will run faster and be more agile.
** White Paper Published By: Forrester Research, Inc. **
According to the July 2015 Forrester Research, Inc. report entitled "Brief: Oracle Commerce Gets the Cloud Treatment," nearly 73% of online retailers have already or plan to make a full or partial shift to using SaaS-based commerce technologies within two years.
Published By: Oracle OMC
Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
Oracle Marketing Cloud is an all-in-one solution that helps retail marketers develop direct relationships with customers through seamlessly orchestrated cross-channel digital experiences—online and offline—that facilitate and strengthen customer interactions across a constantly growing list of digital touchpoints.
The result is consistent, relevant, and contextual cross channel experiences efficiently orchestrated to customers wherever they are.
After doubling its e-commerce traffic in 2012, the following year Stage Stores launched an aggressive six-month upgrade to bring an enterprise-class commerce platform on-line in time for the holiday season. Hear direct from Stage Stores CIO, on why the retailer selected Oracle Retail to ensure they met their expedited timeframe for deployment.
Oracle Retail delivers best-in-class commerce applications focused on scalability, performance and personalized experiences. Explore 8 case studies in this scanable eBook to see how we are increasing revenue, customer engagement, and operational efficiency for industry-leading B2C and B2B brands in hardlines, fashion and grocery worldwide.
Retailers need to know how they can offer competitive pricing and flexibility in fulfillment while still maintaining solid margins. Oracle Retail Solutions Director, Mike Johnson discusses four interlocking strategies that can be used to achieve this goal: single view of demand, granular planning, proactive supply chain and return on inventory investment.
In the not-too-distant past, a retailer simply had store-level sales data, from which virtually all planning decisions were made. Today, retailers—from grocery to fashion—are bombarded with data that, with the right tools, can help them gain actionable insight into shoppers’ behavior across channels. In this white paper Oracle Retail explains how retailers can accurately measure consumer interest in specific merchandise and apply that knowledge from one channel to the next, thoroughly understand the implications of promotions on specific customers and customer segments, price on product performance, plan channel-specific assortments accordingly, and coordinate the supply chain processes to ensure execution of the cross channel plan.
The proliferation of consumer touch points has created a significant operational challenge for retailers, making it difficult to achieve consistency in product content, pricing, promotions, and inventory availability across multiple sales channel. This white paper from Oracle Retail discusses how the consolidation of omni-channel merchandising and inventory information, combined with the support of efficient transaction systems to move products in alignment with consumer demand, is no longer optional, but rather a modern retailing necessity.
Traditional brick-and-mortar multi-channel retailers have online competitors ruled by data scientists who define retail as a data mining and optimization problem. John Bible, Senior Director of Retail Data Science and Insight at Oracle Retail discusses the science of pricing, and predictions for the role of science in retail over the next five years.
Retailers continue to collect this data and many have made good use of it, segmenting and targeting customers and rewarding loyal behavior with discounts and offers. Still, many sense that there’s untapped potential. They’re right. With the cost of data storage plummeting and the capabilities of analytical tools on the rise, this data’s value is set to skyrocket. John Bible, Senior Director of Retail Data Science and Insight at Oracle Retail shares his view on how insights from these vast data storehouses can scientifically inform retailers’ decision-making in critical strategic, tactical and operational areas, including category management, shelf space allocation and new product introductions.
In his annual list of strategic issues for the CIO, tech blogger and Oracle chief communications officer Bob Evans estimates the CIO fulfills four major roles, each of which directly contributes to the success of the business. Look around at the retail IT leaders you admire most and you will find that they fulfill every role.
In a low-margin, highly competitive sector such as grocery, it’s never enough to simply maintain market share and customer count. This E-book from Oracle Retail shares three primary strategies for leveraging science to increase profit and competitive differentiation.
Retailers need to know how they can offer competitive pricing and flexibility in fulfillment while still maintaining solid margins. Oracle Retail Solutions Director, Mike Johnson discusses four interlocking strategies that can be used to achieve this goal.
John Bible, Senior Director of Retail Data Science and Insight at Oracle Retail shares his view on how insights from these vast data storehouses can scientifically inform retailers’ decision-making in critical strategic, tactical and operational areas, including category management, shelf space allocation and new product introductions.
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