Retail Supply Chain Software/Management, Retail Management Software, Retail Warehousing

The term Retail is defined as the sale of goods and services from companies or individuals to the end-consumer. Retailers acquire goods from producers and then sell these goods in-store or on-line via the internet. Retail supply chain software can enhance supply chain efficiency and trading partner collaboration by better connecting product information, processes and trading partners. Retail companies become involved in supply chain management in order to control product quality, inventory levels, timing, and expenses. Retail supply chain software encompasses warehouse & transportation solutions, inventory control, and possibly additional strategic/planning modules, particularly for the larger/volume-based retailers.

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The Importance of being Agile...

The Importance of being Agile...

The evolving role of mobile computing in food and convenience retailing....an executive brief by Datalogic.

Every day the food and grocery industry feeds nearly 64 million people, living in over 27 million households across the UK. A feat that can only be achieved through the combined efforts of many hundreds of thousands of people working across different parts of the grocery supply chain.

It's time for an EAS revolution

It's time for an EAS revolution

Checkpoint Systems has announced a radical shake-up of its range of electronic article surveillance (EAS) antennas, with the introduction of a revolutionary new electronics platform.

Ivanti accelerates migration to the Android-powered supply chain

Ivanti accelerates migration to the Android-powered supply chain

Ivanti is accelerating migration to the Android-powered supply chain with the introduction of Velocity 2.0, powered by Wavelink.

Datalogic debuts new retail technology at NRF 2018

Datalogic debuts new retail technology at NRF 2018

Datalogic, the automatic data capture and industrial automation solutions provider, debuted new retail technology at the National Retail Federation (NRF) Big Show 2018 at booth 3135.

Multi-tasking Brits are embracing mobile working…but it’s not as easy as it could be

Multi-tasking Brits are embracing mobile working…but it’s not as easy as it could be

Dubber today announced the findings of research designed to better understand how prevalent mobile working is in the UK, and how well supported workers are to maximise productivity when away from their desk.

SML Group unveils small form factor retail RFID inlays powered by NXP’s UCODE 8 chip

SML Group unveils small form factor retail RFID inlays powered by NXP’s UCODE 8 chip

Retail RFID solutions provider SML Group introduced what it describes as the first production ready small form factor RFID inlay for the retail industry using the super high sensitive RFID chip, UCODE 8, from NXP.

Supply chain trends and tech opportunities explored at Multimodal 2018

Supply chain trends and tech opportunities explored at Multimodal 2018

The latest supply chain trends, the effects of disruptive new technologies in logistics, and developments arising from modal shift are just three of the topics to be explored at Multimodal 2018.

Renovotec introduces rugged managed print service

Renovotec introduces rugged managed print service

Renovotec software and services provider for logistics, manufacturing and retail companies, is launching a specialist managed print service (MPS) for rugged hardware, supply chain environments, to include cloud, rental and fully outsourced options.

Retailers face £2.3bn worth of failed deliveries during the Christmas trading period

Retailers face £2.3bn worth of failed deliveries during the Christmas trading period

With the average Brit planning to spend £255 on Christmas gifts online, failed deliveries present a significant challenge to retailers during peak trading, research from the latest report by Sorted, the delivery experience company, warns.

Optimise inventory with true multi-echelon planning

Optimise inventory with true multi-echelon planning

By Rod Daughtery, Blue Ridge.

As you reflect back on the language of retail and distribution, it is interesting to see how the description has changed over the years. While the actual functional areas change, there are also new buzzwords that come about.

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