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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Woodland Group launches 360 digital supply chain platform to complement its capabilities, network and owned assets across the globe

Woodland Group launches 360 digital supply chain platform to complement its capabilities, network and owned assets across the globe

Woodland Group has launched its new digital platform, Woodland Online, delivering full supply chain management from online quoting and booking, to tracking, reporting, WMS and supplier integration, stock and PO management.

Ergonomic Solutions brings modularity and flexibility to the heart of tablet-based retail and hospitality applications

Ergonomic Solutions brings modularity and flexibility to the heart of tablet-based retail and hospitality applications

The Ergonomic Solutions Group, creator of SpacePole mounting & mobility solutions, has released two new TabPOS tablet solutions designed for TabletPOS and a wide range of applications in both the retail and hospitality industries.

FourKites names 60+ customers as Innovation Partners to accelerate supply chain innovation and increase business value

FourKites names 60+ customers as Innovation Partners to accelerate supply chain innovation and increase business value

FourKites, the real-time supply chain visibility platform, has welcomed more than 60 customers into its formal Innovation Partner program, designed to accelerate customer-driven innovation and shape the future of digital supply chains.

How ‘vehicle platooning’ could solve our haulage hardship

How ‘vehicle platooning’ could solve our haulage hardship

By Jamil Ahmed, Distinguished Engineer at Solace.

Brexit and COVID continue to cause ripples across the UK, with the record shortage of haulage drivers causing havoc for the country’s businesses. With a shortage of over 100,000 drivers, it’s not surprising the economy is suffering. Heavyweights like Wetherspoons and McDonalds, and Ikea have all reported missing inventory and delivery issues in the last few weeks.  

Handheld announces new version of the NAUTIZ X6 ultra-rugged Android phablet

Handheld announces new version of the NAUTIZ X6 ultra-rugged Android phablet

Handheld Group, manufacturer of rugged mobile computers, has launched a new version of its NAUTIZ X6 ultra-rugged phablet, a handheld computer that combines the big-screen functionality of a tablet with the go-anywhere performance of a rugged phone.

FourKites and Zebra Technologies expand relationship, bringing end-to-end visibility to North American and European customers

FourKites and Zebra Technologies expand relationship, bringing end-to-end visibility to North American and European customers

FourKites, the real-time supply chain visibility platform, has announced that Zebra Technologies Corporation will be reselling FourKites’ Dynamic Yardand real-time visibility platform as part of its suite of asset visibility solutions.

Why RFID is the future: Working more efficiently with DENSO

Why RFID is the future: Working more efficiently with DENSO

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) provides new and profitable opportunities for increasing organisational, financial and operational performance. For instance, the retail and logistics industries can benefit from the superior RFID technology. DENSO explains why.

Cross-border demand for luxury purchases driving post-Covid recovery as global D2C demand increases by 50% in 2021

Cross-border demand for luxury purchases driving post-Covid recovery as global D2C demand increases by 50% in 2021

Luxury goods were the fastest growing cross-border ecommerce category in the first half of 2021, increasing by 50% compared to the end of 2020.  With global demand for luxury being driven by shoppers from China, UAE, South Korea and India, increasingly consumers are now happy to forego the ‘white-glove’ in-store experience for online convenience, the latest data from eShopWorld (ESW) reveals.

`Taking stock of technology could help SMEs build resilience amid supply chain volatility,` states Thrasio

`Taking stock of technology could help SMEs build resilience amid supply chain volatility,` states Thrasio

As businesses around the UK continue to contend with unprecedented global supply shortages, Thrasio has been quick to assert the importance of a technological-driven approach to supply chain management in order to build resilience.

Freight procurement going autonomous with SHIPSTA

Freight procurement going autonomous with SHIPSTA

SHIPSTA, the data-driven platform transforming logistics procurement, has launched its semi-autonomous freight procurement and optimisation solution. ShipstaSCAN uniquely integrates smart market monitoring with sourcing automation, so logistics teams can effortlessly transform their freight procurement and cut transportation costs.

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