Kristy Mills, Senior Marketing Manager, Oracle Retail | April 26, 2023
Accelerating your implementation and maximizing the value you derive from your retail solutions is something we at Oracle Retail heavily invest in.
Over the past ten years, we have dedicated significant time and resources to building the Oracle Retail Reference Model (RRM): a tool that is free to our customers and partners, based on nearly 6,000 implementations across 96 countries. The RRM grants access to hundreds of detailed retail business process workflows and answers the “big picture” questions of how systems and business units fit together, for the benefit of both executives and architects.
The Retail Reference Model has three components: Retail Business Process Flows, Retail Technical Models, and the Retail Glossary.
Customers and partners can access retail best practices and information on the latest RRM components on My Oracle Support:
John Lewis, a leading fashion, home, and technology department store retailer in the UK, found the RRM invaluable in simplifying documentation, articulating business processes, and challenging potential modifications while implementing Oracle Retail merchandising, stores, and supply chain solutions.
To accelerate your projects in the retail industry we recommend you consider using the RRM resources as a starting point during implementation.
Benefits of the RRM:
The RRM was developed to mitigate such issues, which can impede successful and timely implementations. We’ve harnessed the power of all this combined knowledge for the benefit of our customers and partner community.
Access retail resource guides on the Retail Reference Model: