Retail Supply Chain Management

The term Retail is defined as the sale of goods and services from companies or individuals to the end-consumer. Retailers acquire goods from producers and then sell these goods in-store or on-line via the internet. Retail supply chain software can enhance supply chain efficiency and trading partner collaboration by better connecting product information, processes and trading partners.

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Friend of the Earth launches sustainable fashion certification

Friend of the Earth launches sustainable fashion certification

Friend of the Earth, the global certification standard for products and businesses that adhere to sustainable practices, is launching a new certification for Sustainable Fashion.

Payment Pain Points – a fraction is too much friction for shoppers

Payment Pain Points – a fraction is too much friction for shoppers

With demand for friction free payment transactions, such as contactless payments, using cards and digital wallet, are predicted to grow by 300% globally over the next five years1, retailers need to diversify and reimagine the traditional point of payment in-store and online, RetailEXPO’s latest report suggests.

The Increasing Demand of Consumer Delivery Expectations

The Increasing Demand of Consumer Delivery Expectations


At one time, when you bought goods online, it was commonplace to have to wait 7 to10 business days for delivery. However, as technology has improved, faster and more efficient delivery options have become readily available.

Eka launches new ETRM applications on its cloud platform

Eka launches new ETRM applications on its cloud platform

Eka Software Solutions has made significant investments in energy-specific capabilities on its cloud-native solutions platform.

1,000 shoplifting crimes a day, 52% go unpunished

1,000 shoplifting crimes a day, 52% go unpunished

The latest police data has revealed that UK retailers were plagued by 359,156 incidents of shoplifting in 2019, just shy of 1,000 per day.

Retail spending bounces back in January, providing much needed reassurance for high street retailers

Retail spending bounces back in January, providing much needed reassurance for high street retailers

The Office for National Statistics has reported a noticeable uptake in retail sales in the month of January, providing much needed reassurance for high street retailers that there is still considerable consumer demand for physical retail.

Small is the new big via ‘micro’ warehousing, says SnapFulfil

Small is the new big via ‘micro’ warehousing, says SnapFulfil

WMS solutions provider SnapFulfil is enjoying a new type of interest as ‘micro-warehousing’ takes off for smaller e-commerce companies looking to offer the same level of delivery efficiency and flexibility as retail giants like Amazon.

Yantra reveals top 10 tips for fulfilment

Yantra reveals top 10 tips for fulfilment

Up and coming third party logistics (3PL) provider, Yantra Fulfilment, has published its top 10 tips on what to look out for when selecting a fulfilment partner.

RetailEXPO 2020: Visitor registrations now open

RetailEXPO 2020: Visitor registrations now open

RetailEXPO is now open for visitor registrations.  This year the show, which takes place between 29-30 April 2020 at London Olympia, focuses on innovation, showcasing technological and design solutions for the challenges and opportunities faced by retailers as they head into a new decade of trading.

Migrating your eCommerce platform: what you need to know

Migrating your eCommerce platform: what you need to know

With only 110 days left before the end of support for Magento 1, it is important for online retailers to get moving on their eCommerce platform migration or risk a gap in sales.

Retail companies become involved in supply chain management in order to control product quality, inventory levels, timing, and expenses. Retail supply chain software encompasses warehouse & transportation solutions, inventory control, and possibly additional strategic/planning modules, particularly for the larger/volume-based retailers.

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