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Belk, SKECHERS, Sur La Table Among 13 Retailers Deploying Oracle Platforms

00aoracleOracle’s continued cloud push has certainly attracted retailers' attention. As the technology provider unveiled its newest cloud-based commerce platform, Oracle Retail Release 16, at the NRF Big Show, 13 retailers announced their deployment or selection of Oracle Retail solutions.

The retailers include:

  • Almacenes Garcia, a fast fashion brand that deployed Oracle Retail Planning and Optimization solutions to support growth and transformation and to help facilitate new production introduction, assortment planning and lifecycle pricing;

  • Ardene, which implemented Oracle Retail Merchandise Operations Management to support its immediate and long-term international expansion. The fashion retailer leverages the platform to manage inventory and has begun to streamline critical business purchase order processing through a third party;

  • Belk, Hot Topic and Torrid, which have invested in Oracle Retail Xstore Point-of-Service to improve their in-store guest experiences;

  • Hamleys, which deployed the Oracle Retail Xstore Point-of-Service in eight months. By October 2016, the UK-based toy retailer was able to upgrade the 50 POS systems at the Regent Street London flagship store location;

  • Orvis, which restructured teams and implemented Oracle Retail Merchandise Financial Planning to improve inventory purchase strategies, increase visibility to market opportunities, and enable a tighter level of interdepartmental collaboration. The system went live in July 2016;

  • Panda Retail, which deployed the suite of Oracle Retail Merchandising, Oracle Retail Planning, Oracle Retail Supply Chain and Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management to optimize core retail operations and underpin additional business diversity, in line with its planned growth and customer-centric strategy;

  • Red Wing Shoe Company, which implemented Oracle Retail Xstore Point-of-Service to support its rapid growth among new and traditional customer markets. With the platform, the brand continues to launch new product lines and expand to new markets worldwide, and it plans to increase its store count over a five-year period by 25% to 30%;

  • Ricardo Eletro, which deployed Oracle Retail Merchandise Operations Management and Oracle Retail Fiscal Management to enable converged commerce, empower associates and increase operational efficiency. With the new infrastructure, the Brazilian brand reduced operation costs by 40 million Brazilian Reais per month;

  • SKECHERS, which implemented Oracle Retail Assortment Planning to ensure its inventory and assortments are localized to meet consumer demand. With the platform, the retailer can better anticipate demand for specific items and have greater confidence in the profit potential of every inventory assortment decision;

  • Sur La Table, which deployed Oracle Retail Xstore Point-of Service and has selected Oracle Commerce Cloud to deliver a converged commerce experience across all channels; and

  • Wiggle, which completed its implementation of Oracle Retail Merchandising and Planning in less than 10 months following data cleansing and detailed design. The UK-based sporting goods retailer has grown its sales during the peak 2016 holiday shopping period, using promotions to drive traffic, aligning merchandise with demand and fulfilling customer transactions.

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