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Oracle understands how the retail industry is evolving and the impact this is having on retailers across all sectors and geographies. We offer a complete retail practice that is designed to meet today’s retail challenges, as well as those of the future.
Our solutions are built and implemented by retail experts who have delivered measurable business value for thousands of retailers around the world, based on their specific goals and needs. Take a look at how Oracle is supporting retailers in your sector.
For online retailers, determining where to focus efforts is a challenge – to succeed in the omnichannel world, businesses must shift from channel-centric organisations to customer-centric organisations.
Complexity and speed have dramatically changed fashion retailing. The importance of being on trend with the right combination of size, style, and color is more challenging than ever.
As channels blur and consumer preferences and demographics continue to shift, department store and mass-merchant retailing has changed. With increasing competition in this space, retailers are challenged to deliver unique and differentiated brand experiences across all channels.
With fierce competition and price compression, grocers are challenged to strike the right balance between operational efficiency and delivering a unique customer experience that lives up to brand promise and fosters customer loyalty.
In the highly competitive telecommunications retail market, mature mobile service providers with existing retail channels are creating strategies to run their brick-and-mortar stores more profitably by optimising stock availability and holding, and increasing sales and average transaction value.
Store saturation in traditional markets and widespread consumer access to information through the Web has changed specialty and hardline retailing. To be successful in this environment, retailers must create unique brand experiences for shoppers across all channels.
Head of IT Delivery for Online at John Lewis, David Hunn, discusses the recent implementation of Oracle ATG for John Lewis’ online channel including the challenges and the results thus far.
Dubai Duty Free Senior VP of IT, Ramesh Cidambi, talks about his organisations implementation of Oracle Retail in order to address growth issues by improving its merchandising and supply chain efficiencies and processes.
Adam Coy and Stuart Rowlings showcase how Morrisons is leveraging Oracle Retail by applying their solutions across its end-to-end supply chain.
Abercrombie CIO John Deane explains how the company leveraged Oracle Retail’s Merchandising Solution to speed rollout of new stores and expand their global footprint.
Mr Price e-commerce executive Donovan Baney discusses the South African retailer’s purchase of ATG’s Commerce Suite and goal of joining the e-commerce and multichannel space.
We have completely transformed how our retail operations function by implementing the entire retail suite. It’s hugely transformative, in that it allows us to grow our brand footprint as it relates to retail.
Yul Vanek, VP of IT, Deckers Outdoors (UGG Australia)
Global and omni-channel expansion is a key strategic focus and to do this successfully, Oracle will help us optimise our planning practices to support this growth while continuing to provide our customers with their must-have items, wherever and whenever they shop with us.
Doug Gardner, CIO, River Island
Oracle's ATG Commerce solutions provide us a scalable platform with the flexibility and intelligence to personalise our offerings and drive our online growth.
Stacey Shulman, CIO, American Apparel