Retail Trends in 2017: The Year of Evolution

Posted by CuriousRubik on 09 Feb, 2017

The coming year once again promises challenges and change across the retail sector. Yet, where those previous challenges were often met with technological advances or new approaches to consumer interactions, the best way for retailers to confront the trends of 2017 is with a close evaluation of their foundation. This involves consolidating their core systems and initiating a one-system approach. With a one-system approach, back-end enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM) and order and inventory management systems will reside on one platform. Retailers can then get a single source of the truth for customer, order and inventory data in real-time, making that data available to all existing and future front-end, customer-facing systems.

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Topics: Software Industry, Retail Industry, ECOMMERCE, NetSuite

NetSuite Deepens Vertical Industry Commitment with Software for Apparel, Footwear and Accessory Retailers, Advertising Agencies and Campus Bookstores

Posted by CuriousRubik on 26 Jan, 2017

Given the recent acquisition by Oracle, the NetSuite Global Business Unit now has an even greater breadth of resources and greater depth of domain knowledge about the demands of vertical industries and the segments within them. Combining these resources with NetSuite’s 18 years of experience in building a system to run a business from the cloud gives us the opportunity to move quickly to address new industry segments. NetSuite is taking its knowledge of this to pull together leading practices and functionality to address three new industry segments: apparel, footwear and accessory retailers, advertising agencies and college bookstores.

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Topics: Retail Industry, CRM, ECOMMERCE, NetSuite

Retail Executive Insight: A Fashion Retailer’s Guide to a Total System Makeover

Posted by CuriousRubik on 24 Jan, 2017

Editor’s note: Below is a Q&A interview with Matt Rhodus, Director and Industry Principal, Retail Apparel Vertical for NetSuite that originally appeared within Apparel Magazine’s Thought Leadership Report. The interview focused on how fashion retailers can break the bonds of legacy IT systems and unleash new levels of innovation. Thought leaders Alton Lane and RSR Research discuss the essentials to achieving disruption in retail. Learn more by downloading the full report: From Basics to Beyond: A Fashion Retailer’s Guide to a Total System Makeover.

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Topics: Retail Industry, ERP, ECOMMERCE, NetSuite

NetSuite Deepens Vertical Industry Commitment with Software for Apparel, Footwear and Accessory Retailers, Advertising Agencies and Campus Bookstores

Posted by CuriousRubik on 24 Jan, 2017

Given the recent acquisition by Oracle, the NetSuite Global Business Unit now has an even greater breadth of resources and greater depth of domain knowledge about the demands of vertical industries and the segments within them. Combining these resources with NetSuite’s 18 years of experience in building a system to run a business from the cloud gives us the opportunity to move quickly to address new industry segments. NetSuite is taking its knowledge of this to pull together leading practices and functionality to address three new industry segments: apparel, footwear and accessory retailers, advertising agencies and college bookstores.

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Topics: Retail Industry, Accounting, ERP, NetSuite

Retail Executive Insight: Becoming Omnipotent in Omnichannel

Posted by Administrator on 23 Jan, 2017

Editor’s note: Below is a Q&A interview with Branden Jenkins, GM of Global Retail for NetSuite that originally appeared within RIS News’ IQ Report, “Advanced Omnichannel: Constructing the Unified Enterprise.” The report addresses the challenges today’s retailers are facing and what they need to do in order to future-proof their business and meet consumer expectations. Download the full report.

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Topics: Retail Industry, ECOMMERCE, NetSuite

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