Italian fashion company Miroglio Fashion has deployed the Oracle Retail Xstore Point-of-Service and Oracle Retail Customer Engagement to drive innovation and create connections between product, data and people.
The Italian fashion retailer operates more than 1,100 stores, six commerce sites and 2,400 wholesale outlets in 34 countries and has 12 womenswear brands as Elena Miro, Fiorella Rubino, Motivi and Oltre.
“With Oracle Retail, our physical and digital locations can now operate as part of a network to better serve our customer with unified stock management and unified shopping experiences across channels,” said Hans Hoegstedt, CEO of Miroglio Fashion.
Miroglio Fashion, which launched the Retail 4.0 program as an initiative to foster innovation, drive efficiency and increase performance, used Oracle Retail Consulting to deploy Oracle Retail Xstore Point-of-Service and Oracle Retail Customer Engagement.
“We needed speed, efficiency and reliability to execute toward the vision of Retail Innovation Program. Our leadership team declared explicit business targets. We designed the roll-out and a progressive migration process in advance of the implementation,” said Francesco Cavarero, Group Chief Information Officer (CIO), Miroglio Fashion.
“The clarity and focus of the project and commitment to a vanilla implementation allowed my team to deliver on-time and on-budget in seven working months,” said Lou Frio, vice president of Global Consulting, Oracle Retail.