Tags: eCommerce

Misco selects NetSuite for future success

Misco has announced that it has chosen to implement NetSuite OneWorld as its new ERP. This is a major decision by the new management team. It has now replaced the two legacy ERP systems in place as part of the company turnaround. The UK headquartered B2B reseller of IT products and Services changed hands in March…

Mincron turns on Tap at Niklas Supply

Mincron has announced that Niklas Supply inc has selected K8 ERP to replace their aging system. Niklas Supply Inc is a family owned and run business that operates out of five locations in the Pittsburgh region of Pennsylvania. Founded in 1956 is sells to both trade and consumer markets. The press release did not explicitly…

Gunners see success off field with SAP

SAP has announced that Arsenal Football Club has implemented SAP Hybris. The new solution has improved the fan experience, and seen considerable improvements in KPI’s. Functional improvements SAP Hybris supports the online retail site ArsenalDirect.com allowing customers to shop from anywhere. The Arsenal store does allow fans to shop using several currencies such as euros, U.S.…

Real time product updates delivers transformation at AS ONE

AS ONE is using the Oracle Cloud to disseminate its product information in real time. To do so it has created API’s leveraging the Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud. This means that catalogues are now updated immediately through the API’s rather than through a daily update. The challenge may seem trivial at first glance. However,…

Syspro goes anytime, anyplace, anywhere

SYSPRO has announced the launch of the latest version of their mobile app SYSPRO Espresso. This version includes Xpress Cart functionality. The app now lets the sales teams inside manufacturers and distributors to take orders wherever they are. The app enables the salesperson to rapidly process an order when they are out the office, at a…

HoF puts more traffic down Rimini Street

  Rimini Street has announced that House of Fraser (HoF) has deepened its relationship by adding support for standalone Oracle Database licenses. The announcement comes two years after HoF selected Rimini Street to support Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS). Reducing the cost of EBS HoF currently use EBS 12.0. Like many other companies they did not…

Sage buys Compass for SME ecommerce analytics

Sage has announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire Compass. Based in San Francisco Compass provides dashboards with automated management reports and benchmarks for small and medium sized online businesses. With more than 34,000 signed up customers, it helps track business performance across both ecommerce platforms and marketing initiatives. Benchmarks provide companies with the…

Infor weans Nordstrom off Oracle for Cloud Point of Sale

Infor has announced that Nordstrom will deploy Infor Rhythm for Commerce to support the company’s point-of-sale (POS) system in the cloud. This is a major coup for the team of Corey Tollefson, general manager and senior vice president, Infor Retail. Nordstrom have previously used Oracle retail solutions almost exclusively. In Canada in September 2014 they deployed…

Will Neto be the new erp for SMB?

Neto has announced the expansion of its ecommerce software with the addition of advanced inventory for retailers. This expands the software to include real-time stock tracking, low stock alerts, and warehouse and suppler management. Neto is an all-in-one point of sale (POS), eCommerce, Inventory and fulfilment platform. It integrates with accounting software such as Xero…

Byggmax keeps the faith with IFS

IFS has announced that Byggmax has upgraded its IFS solution to IFS Applications 9. Byggmax first deployed IFS in 2006, its turnover has risen substantially. This new deployment is expected to help Byggmax double its revenue over the following two years. In fact its growth from 2006 SEK 1.35 million to 2008 SEK 2.11 million didn’t…