The recent Retail Technology Conclave (ReTechCon) in Mumbai brings forward-thinking brands together with the best tech solution providers. The audience offers a great pulse point of trends and challenges for both regional and global markets: an opportunity to share pains and best practices – from inventory optimization to supply chain to customer engagement. For fashion brands at ReTechCon, we found …
The future of profitability in retail is contingent upon infrastructure that is optimized for personalization, OmniChannel delivery, a global supply chain, and a uniquely satisfied customer.For fashion and retail brands to stay competitive, the obvious essential is unified commerce.
Enterprise commerce technology is in a fascinating adolescence, and just like a teenager, it has an uncanny way of tripping over its own feet. Find out what the 3 most common commerce conundrums are (and how to fix’ em).
It’s been called “the new business imperative,” “a must for retail businesses worldwide,” but what exactly is Unified Commerce? Beyond mere platform-enabled omnichannel technology, Unified Commerce is the native coordination of commerce business processes across multiple functional areas.
Unified Commerce Platforms blur the traditional boundaries of business process IT systems, reflecting these changing times, new capabilities, and accelerating potential.
A bobbling head is a reasonable metaphor for anyone who first tries to “wrap their heads” – or expand, more like it – around the concept of “Unified Commerce”. The difficulty? It is so simple that it almost seems unreal.
If you’ve made the assumption that proprietary enterprise software is superior to open source enterprise software, you’re not alone. And you’re not alone in being mistaken.