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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Brother UK report: channel set to play key role in supporting to food retailers to meet new food safety regulations

Brother UK report: channel set to play key role in supporting to food retailers to meet new food safety regulations

Channel resellers are set to play a key role in supporting food retailers in meeting the upcoming Natasha’s Law food safety guidelines, according to a new report by business technology solutions provider Brother UK.

Xaar 128 printheads at the heart of MapleJet’s new Hx Cartro IoT printer

Xaar 128 printheads at the heart of MapleJet’s new Hx Cartro IoT printer

Reliability and performance of the Xaar 128 printhead is claimed to be central to the new MapleJet Hx Cartro printer, enabling it to deliver the precision and connectivity today’s Coding and Marking customers’ demand.

Shoppers bag toys early this Christmas in the UK, driving November sales up 11% year-on-year

Shoppers bag toys early this Christmas in the UK, driving November sales up 11% year-on-year

In 2020 Brits of all ages turned to toys to help occupy the long weeks of lockdown. From entertainment to education, crafting to creating, to simply playing outside, the sector has proved its worth during the COVID-19 restrictions.

Simplify supply chain complexity and seize the future

Simplify supply chain complexity and seize the future

By Karl H. Lauri, managing team member at MRPeasy.com.

The combination of globalisation, e-commerce and the Internet has blown apart the post-war ‘standard business model’, which saw large companies enjoying ever-greater economies of scale through mass production and mass marketing.

Top logistics head urges UK manufacturers distracted by COVID-19 to be completely prepared for end to Brexit transition period with just weeks to go

Top logistics head urges UK manufacturers distracted by COVID-19 to be completely prepared for end to Brexit transition period with just weeks to go

A top logistics head is urging logisticians at UK manufacturing businesses across the UK to heed advice, so they’re prepared for the new reality when the Brexit transition period comes to an end.

Lydia knows exactly who is speaking

Lydia knows exactly who is speaking

In an effort to ensure even greater reliability in voice recognition, EPG (Ehrhardt + Partner Group) has incorporated machine learning into its latest release. The system reacts to the volume of the input signal coming from the speaker and automatically ignores it if there’s a significant deviation.

Ted Baker relies on BS Handling Systems to increase productivity with automation

Ted Baker relies on BS Handling Systems to increase productivity with automation

BS Handling Systems has increased throughput and productivity for Ted Baker by automating order processing at its warehouse in Derby.

XPO Logistics increases productivity and safety in e-commerce warehouses with touchless machine vision scanners

XPO Logistics increases productivity and safety in e-commerce warehouses with touchless machine vision scanners

XPO Logistics, the global provider of transport and logistics solutions, has deployed 370 state-of-the-art barcode scanners with machine vision in warehouses in the UK, Spain, France and the Netherlands. The fixed-mount, computerised scanners speed the reading of inventory data, while replacing shared, handheld scanners with a more hygienic solution.

Unimasters chooses eLogii, the next generation Delivery Management platform, to introduce interactive, dynamic planning and route optimisation in the first and last mile

Unimasters chooses eLogii, the next generation Delivery Management platform, to introduce interactive, dynamic planning and route optimisation in the first and last mile

Unimasters has chosen eLogii, the next generation Delivery Management and Route Optimisation solution, to replace static with dynamic delivery tour planning. The result will be in significantly reduced tour numbers in their first and last mile operations and greatly enhanced efficiency.

Partnership drives growth and success

Partnership drives growth and success

Paul Roehricht, UK strategic account manager for Brandsafe, considers the critical role aftersales care and partnership plays in delivering the highest standards of safety and protection in the warehouse and logistics environment.

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