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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Körber future-proofs supply chain for Zalando Lounge in Polish logistics centre

Körber future-proofs supply chain for Zalando Lounge in Polish logistics centre

The fashion and lifestyle online shopping club relies on software from Körber to control operations at its fulfilment centre in Olsztynek. Körber is supporting Zalando Lounge’s further growth with a high-performance, automated system for advanced material flow control.

Konica Minolta and Production Print Direct Ltd partner to support post pandemic growth of production print

Konica Minolta and Production Print Direct Ltd partner to support post pandemic growth of production print

Konica Minolta Business Solutions (UK) Ltd has entered into a partnership with Production Print Direct Ltd, as the Burnley-based company looks to capitalise on a post pandemic resurgence in production print across the north of England and Scotland.

Kinaxis and LevaData bringing supplier risk insights into supply chain planning

Kinaxis and LevaData bringing supplier risk insights into supply chain planning

Kinaxis Inc., the supply chain management software provider, and LevaData, the company that delivers applied AI to transform strategic sourcing and procurement, have entered into a new partnership to enable manufacturers to gain deeper insight into supplier risk and build greater supply chain resiliency.

Urban Outfitters standardises on Qlik for in-store reporting

Urban Outfitters standardises on Qlik for in-store reporting

Qlik has announced that Urban Outfitters, Inc. is standardising on Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS for in-store reporting, expanding access to near real-time data for store managers and associates in its 650+ store locations across EMEA and the US. 

Circulor raises $14 million Series A to lead the future of sustainable supply chain traceability

Circulor raises $14 million Series A to lead the future of sustainable supply chain traceability

Circulor, provider of supply chain traceability and dynamic CO2 tracking, has closed $14 million in Series A funding to accelerate the company’s rapid growth. The Westly Group led the round with participation from Salesforce Ventures, BHP Ventures, Future Positive Capital, 24Haymarket and Sky Ocean Ventures.

Bloom & Wild set to blossom with SnapFulfil

Bloom & Wild set to blossom with SnapFulfil

Rapidly expanding online floristry company, Bloom & Wild, has signed up to a five-year SaaS (Software as a Service) contract with warehouse management system provider, SnapFulfil.

Health and safety considerations for cold chain logistics

Health and safety considerations for cold chain logistics

By Ed Smith, freelance writer

When we head to the supermarket to do our shopping, it’s likely that most of us don’t stop to think about where the produce has come from or how it got there. But the food supply chain plays a crucial role in what we eat and when we eat it. Without it, our stores would be empty and so would our cupboards.

What can consumer behaviour tell us about the future of warehouse design and logistics?

What can consumer behaviour tell us about the future of warehouse design and logistics?

By Jon Walkington, Retail and System Integrator Sales Director, at Schoeller Allibert UK.

For many brands operating today, warehousing and distribution has never been more closely tied to a brand or retailer’s commercial performance. As part of the holistic value chain and the service offering for the consumer, logistics can no longer sit in isolation. How products are stored, handled and distributed have a core part to play in the success of a business.

Why it's essential for businesses to track deliveries

Why it's essential for businesses to track deliveries

By Peter Jenkins, Ops Manager at Shift

The capacity to track deliveries when fulfilling online orders is essential for a business and, in this age of Coronavirus, possibly much harder than before. The pandemic has heaped pressure on businesses to ramp up their ecommerce capabilities and review their logistics.

Extenda Retail selected by Joyce’s Supermarkets to expand the customer journey with Click & Collect

Extenda Retail selected by Joyce’s Supermarkets to expand the customer journey with Click & Collect

Global retail software company Extenda Retail has signed an agreement to extend the partnership with Galway-based independent retail chain, Joyce’s Supermarkets, to deliver its cloud-based Click & Collect solution.

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