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 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.

Epson launches its ReadyPrint Subscription Service in the UK

Epson launches its ReadyPrint Subscription Service in the UK

Epson UK has launched ReadyPrint, its first subscription printing service for its consumer cartridge printer models.

Post Covid-19 will the omnichannel model still be relevant?

Post Covid-19 will the omnichannel model still be relevant?

What can retailers learn from the lockdown and could it be the death-knell of the store, asks Tania Oakey, a retail expert at software vendor Cegid?

How the supply chain might look after COVID-19

How the supply chain might look after COVID-19

While it is very difficult to predict exactly how life will look once normality has resumed, it is inevitable that neither business nor society as a whole will return to exactly how it was prior to the coronavirus pandemic. But where is the supply chain likely to see change?

Covid-19 has highlighted a significant problem in the UK’s manufacturing supply chain

Covid-19 has highlighted a significant problem in the UK’s manufacturing supply chain

Kevin Brundish, CEO of AMTE Power, commenting on the need for a strong, onshore supply chain in the face of global uncertainty.

Keeping SMEs updated on the status of their business interruption payouts is essential, says GlobalData

Keeping SMEs updated on the status of their business interruption payouts is essential, says GlobalData

Following the news that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is applying pressure on insurers to settle business interruption (BI) claims to SMEs, Ben Carey-Evans, Insurance Analyst at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, offers his view:

Radius Telematics sees spike in vehicle theft during Coronavirus crisis

Radius Telematics sees spike in vehicle theft during Coronavirus crisis

Radius Telematics has seen a big increase in the thefts of commercial vehicles and plant since the Coronavirus lockdown. With many offices, factories and construction sites abandoned thieves appear to be taking advantage of unattended locations.

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