Retail is complicated but your operations to support it don’t necessarily need to be. For companies that are rapidly growing, it’s necessary to find a solution that helps you stay organized and effective as your needs change; and an ERP can be the perfect solution to do so - making it a perfect match for retail.
Adoption of DevOps has grown by 31% in SMEs and enterprises last year, along with an increase of up to 57% in rate of improvements in the companies resulting from more streamlined levels of collaboration.
Every day our lives become just a little bit more digital and a technology becomes just a little bit more part of our daily activities - and retail is no exception. The digital transformation is here and the time is now to get the most from it to ensure your ongoing success in 2018.
No matter what industry you are in, having understandable and real time data leads to significantly better decision making. For retailers in particular this is especially true given the vast amount of information touch points and time sensitivity of the business. Find out how an ERP and a BI solution can help retailers overcome these challenges.
Implementing an ERP can feel daunting, but the end results make it totally worthwhile. However, there are a few common errors made by businesses during implementation that can make the process way more difficult. Find out what they are and some criteria for potential vendors to help you stay on track on your path to ERP simplicity.
During one of my project implementations, we faced a challenge of our product “EdgeAX-CommerceLink” not functioning with the retail server of Dynamics 365/AX7. Usually, a retail server does not connect with an application when server health is not normal.
From supply chain to accounting to marketing, there are a million complex and growing pieces in your retail business - and they’re not getting any simpler any time soon. However, to keep it all organized, why not keep your ERP in the cloud? Find out benefits versus an on-premise solution today.
Predictive analytics is exactly what it sounds like - and can be a key tool in creating the best retail business possible. And in order to have effective predictive analytics, you need recent and accurate data - often collected by a cloud-based ERP. Find out more about how these essential parts of your business can be brought together for more effective retail operations.