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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SnapFulfil conjures up ninth Magic Gartner Quadrant

SnapFulfil conjures up ninth Magic Gartner Quadrant

Synergy’s SnapFulfil has been placed on the elite Gartner Magic Quadrant (MQ) for Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) – for the ninth successive year.

Manhattan Associates announces versionless WMS with Manhattan Active Warehouse Management

Manhattan Associates announces versionless WMS with Manhattan Active Warehouse Management

At its Momentum Connect customer conference, Manhattan Associates Inc. announced the new Manhattan Active Warehouse Management solution, claimed to be the world’s first cloud-native enterprise-class WMS that unifies every aspect of distribution and never needs upgrading.

The one change that can help you optimise the ecommerce delivery experience

The one change that can help you optimise the ecommerce delivery experience

By Ken Fleming, president of Logistyx Technologies.

Getting the ecommerce delivery experience right is crucial today, and a key aspect of this is allowing shoppers to choose when and how their order is delivered. 

Meyer Bergman on track to create €2bn pan-European last-mile logistics platform

Meyer Bergman on track to create €2bn pan-European last-mile logistics platform

Meyer Bergman is creating a €2 billion platform allowing institutional investors to tap into surging demand for last-mile distribution centres, with the launch of Crossbay.

Getting retailers ready for business post-lockdown

Getting retailers ready for business post-lockdown

The retail sector is in a state of flux. Whilst eCommerce sales might still be surpassing all expectations, many retail stores are still closed, awaiting Government guidance as to when they might be able to open again.

The new Datalogic Memor 20 combines Enterprise PDA strength with the user friendliness of a Smartphone

The new Datalogic Memor 20 combines Enterprise PDA strength with the user friendliness of a Smartphone

With its new Memor 20, Datalogic comments that it is launching a PDA that empowers users in retail, field services, logistic environments and healthcare with a device that combines the best features of a smartphone with the highest standards of enterprise level devices.

Brother UK launches free remote diagnostics tool

Brother UK launches free remote diagnostics tool

Business technology solutions provider Brother UK, has launched free licences for its remote diagnostics software to ensure reseller partners can provide maintenance support to their customers, without the need for engineer callouts.

Blue Yonder launches AI-Powered luminate planning solutions dedicated to optimising for the ‘new normal’

Blue Yonder launches AI-Powered luminate planning solutions dedicated to optimising for the ‘new normal’

With a focus on using artificial intelligence (AI)/ machine learning (ML) to better predict demand and improve companies operations from end-to-end, Blue Yonder Holding, Inc. (Blue Yonder), has launched its reimagined Luminate Planning portfolio. This powerful set of solutions enables boundaryless planning providing customers with integrated sales and operations execution (S&OE); limitless, always-on planning; and an intelligence engine that can predict and pivot to deliver an autonomous supply chain.

Under 35s are less concerned about COVID-19 and expect their lives to return to normal sooner, says GlobalData

Under 35s are less concerned about COVID-19 and expect their lives to return to normal sooner, says GlobalData

Younger consumers in the UK feel more optimistic than those over 35 and are likely to be more willing to embrace the lockdown loosening when it happens. Retailers will be eager to bring shoppers back into their stores after weeks of being closed and those targeting younger consumers are likely to see footfall return more quickly than players aimed at the more cautious over 35s, says GlobalData, the data and analytics company.

Retailers still operating warehouses during Covid-19 can now install fever-detecting CCTV cameras

Retailers still operating warehouses during Covid-19 can now install fever-detecting CCTV cameras

Retailers still operating online and distributing from warehouses during the coronavirus pandemic can now prevent people who are potentially infected with the virus from entering their premises, with the installation of remote, fever-detecting CCTV equipment.

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