Oracle retail cloud in the transformation of big retail companies

Retail technology for customer experience
Oracle said big retail brands such as Gap Inc., Groupe Dynamite, Samsonite Europe, Nahdi Medical Company from Saudi Arabia and Wyevale have implemented Oracle Retail cloud solutions.

Oracle said these six global brands are deploying Oracle Retail cloud services and solutions for their ability to streamline operations and provide a more accurate view of price, promotion and demand with a single view of inventory across locations, brands, channels and geographies.

Gap Inc. is launching Oracle Retail Merchandising Foundation Cloud Service, Oracle Retail Merchandising Insights Cloud Service, Oracle Retail Integration Cloud Service and Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management running on the Oracle Cloud to drive operational efficiencies and empower the business teams of the INTERMIX brand.

“This investment marks the first step on a journey to adopting cloud technology across our global operations. We chose Oracle Retail Cloud Services to synchronize our global initiatives and deliver state of the art functionality to INTERMIX,” said Paul Chapman, chief information officer (CIO) of Gap Inc.

Groupe Dynamite is deploying Oracle Retail Merchandise Financial Planning Cloud service to accelerate international expansion with a single view of inventory.

Moleskine is implementing Oracle Commerce Cloud in 35 countries, 10 languages and 15 local currencies.

Samsonite Europe is implementing Oracle Retail Order Broker Cloud Service to enable more consumer shopping journeys.

Saudi Arabian pharmacies’ retailer Nahdi Medical Company is deploying Oracle Retail Advanced Science Engine Cloud Service, Oracle Retail Merchandising Solutions and Oracle Retail Category Management to put powerful scientific insights delivered in a digestible format for business users.

Wyevale is investing in Oracle Retail Stores Suite and Oracle Retail Customer Engagement across 149 garden centers in the U.K.

Oracle Retail’s cloud first product strategy has resulted in the launch of over 30 cloud services delivered in the last 18 months.

Jeff Warren, vice president solutions and strategy, Oracle Retail, said: “Cloud infrastructure enables brands to dedicate resources to act on insights instead of maintaining legacy systems. Innovative retailers will lower operating costs, improve customer experience and maximize margins.”

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