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What’s Microsoft’s Retail Play?
The retail experience is no longer limited to the showroom due to mobile and Web sales, social media, and complex pricing, among other considerations. Read TEC

retail 100  Microsoft Dynamics AX for Retail has already been adopted in more than 30 countries in just under two years—including all of the emerging markets, such as China, Russia, India, and Brazil. We have customers ranging from 100 stores to more than 1,200 stores and are seeing great traction in the enterprise. We allow customers to deploy the “workload” products such as POS/Merchandising in a manner that makes the most sense to them—even alongside those of SAP, Oracle, or others. You can get tremendous

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PLM for the Retail Industry

Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) for Retail is an evaluation model containing tailored PLM criteria and extra functionalities that serve the specificities of this industry in order to help fashion goods (including apparel, footwear, accessory, and home fashion) manufacturers and retailers to achieve more efficient product development, lower cost, and better collaboration and control throughout the whole supply chain.  

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TradeStone Software STARS 2013: Retail Rocks! Part 1


While I have repeatedly met with TradeStone Software’s top executives at the company’s head office in Gloucester, Massachusetts (and elsewhere, such as at the multiple annual NRF BIG Retail Show events in New York City) and seen its software in action, 2013 was the first time that I have ever attended the company’s user conference, STARS (Simplifying Technology Around Retailers and Suppliers

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TradeStone Software STARS 2013: Retail Rocks! Part 2


Part 1 recapped TradeStone Software's user conference, STARS 2013. TradeStone’s Core Capabilities TradeStone Software’s bread-and-butter capabilities continue to be sourcing, supplier management (including quality testing, inspections, and social, legal, and compliance-based supplier performance as exemplified in Guitar Center’s case study), and order management, which includes global trade

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Challenges of the Future: The Rebirth of Small Independent Retail in America


By any measure, retailers are overwhelming small businesses. More than 95 percent of all retailers have only one store. Almost 90 percent have sales less than $2.5 million (USD), and more than 98 percent have fewer than 100 employees. To compete, small businesses need to be innovative, and understand both personalization and value, and how to execute best practices to build success.

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The Retail Battleground for Pricing Management


The imperative to respond to constantly-evolving customer requirements more efficiently is driving retailers to look at applications giants to provide standardized software that provides flexible, integrated demand intelligence.

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Adapting to the New Retail Market


The current market is asking retailers some difficult questions—ones their existing processes and tools can’t answer. It takes a mix of science, retail intelligence, and merchandising art to ensure that every store in a supply chain carries the right inventory, while maintaining a high service level and market share. Learn how to better respond to the demands of consumers and rationalize your assortment at a local level.

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Real-Time Retail Rapid Response to Consumer Demand


Being a profitable retailer is hard and getting harder. Increasing price transparency and online competitors are creating intense price pressure, and consumers are becoming more dynamic, increasingly mobile, and harder to target and retain. In response, the world of retail is becoming ever more real-time, and the use of real-time analytics to drive operational efficiency is becoming central to retail success. This white paper provides an overview of strategies for using real-time retail analytics to provide rapid response to consumer demand and increase profitability.

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SAP as a Retail Market Force: More Fact Than Fiction


Can SAP, a market and technology leader in business management software, translate its success in the manufacturing industry to retail? TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic reviews the complexities of this master vertical and the steps SAP has taken to address them. The ensuing candid discussion with the SAP Retail Industry team sheds some light on SAP’s strategy with regard to the retail industry.

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Quantum Retail


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PTC Updates Its Retail PLM Solution


Contrary to its archrivals, Dassault Systèmes and Siemens PLM Software, PTC targets various lines of business (e.g., engineering, service, manufacturing, sourcing/supply chain, etc.) with its product portfolio rather than via dedicated vertical industry teams and offerings. One exception would be retail, where PTC has, for about a decade (after the Aptavis Technology acquisition in 2005), been

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BPM in the Retail Sector


To remain competitive, retailers must improve costs, differentiate the shopping experience, and ensure effective promotions. Many retailers are asking how to improve vital business processes while offering customers more. Learn about key trends in the retail sector and how business process management (BPM) can help address challenges across in-store operations, supply chain management (SCM), and multi-channel integration.

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Case Study: Small Retail Chain Gears Up for Rapid Growth


Elephant Pharm, a start-up retail chain in the natural health and wellness retail market, needed a software solution to help the company compete with the bigger players in the industry, and to achieve sustainable growth. The retailer found the right software with Aldata Solution.

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SAP's Approach to the Retail Market


SAP and its ERP peers appear to understand that continuously improving the way enterprise information is presented and by marrying analytics, optimization, and retail operation systems on top of an ERP platform is starting to win over retailers.

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