Tags: POS

KCS acquires IQ Retail ERP business

Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS) has announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire IQ Retail. Founded in 1986 and based in Stellenbosch, South Africa IQ Retail is a software development company that creates retail and ERP solutions. It is the leading POS solution in South Africa and is distributed through 160 business partners across…

Vend Springs update surprise

Vend has announced the release of its Spring update in a blog by Ashley Gilgrist, Product Marketing Specialist at Vend. The release includes several new features Vend and Square Vend already has a partnership in the US with Square payments solution. That relationship has now extended to Australia. Retailers in both countries can use Square…

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…

Major retailer to roll out Oracle POS solution

Oracle has announced that McColl’s will replace its POS (Point of Sale) devices across its 1,375 stores. It will use Oracle MICROS Family Workstation 6 tills and Oracle software. The announcement comes 9 years after the company invested at least £8 million in its last POS project where it used MICROS tills and the TOREX…

NetSuite starts to power up retail

In the first signs of new life under the wing of Oracle, NetSuite has posted a blog written by Ranga Bodla, Head of Industry Marketing. The blog reveals the next NetSuite developments in the retail sector with a focus on apparel, advertising and a new micro vertical campus bookstores. Getting stronger in Apparel NetSuite already has a powerful…

Growing KPI’s with Epicor Eagle N

  Epicor has announced that Growing Wild Garden Supply has selected Epicor Eagle N Series. This is the first serious ERP solution the company has chosen. Impressively, the company has already identified the KPI’s it hopes to achieve using the ERP solution. The challenge Founded in 2009 the garden supply store and nursery operates across two locations within the Shasta-Trinity National…

SAP launches S/4 HANA Retail

SAP has announced S/4 HANA Retail for merchandise management solution. The new solution provides a solution for retailers in the digital economy. It delivers an end to end, omnichannel retail ERP solution. Companies such as Benetton, Wilko, Memebox and Zheijang Red Dragonfly have already deployed the solution. Role based and real time inventory management SAP…

Sur La Table moves to Oracle Xstore

Oracle has announced that Sur La Table has deployed Oracle Retail Xstore Point-of-Service and selected Oracle Commerce. The announcement comes on the eve of NRF 2017 in New York. Replacing Legacy solutions at Sur La Table Oracle were at pains to point out that the Oracle Retail Xstore replaced a legacy solution. However that legacy…

Yext launches location cloud platform

Location data management tools vendor Yext has launched a location cloud platform for business. It is aimed at allowing businesses to centralise all their location data to reduce duplication and increase accuracy. The platform contains a range of developer tools enabling them to integrate existing solutions into the Yext platform. According to Marc Ferrentino, Chief Strategy…