Tags: Retail

Lisa Pope talks about Epicor and cloud ERP

At Epicor Insights, Enterprise Times caught up with Lisa Pope, Executive Vice President, Digital Transformation and Cloud Evangelist. Having moved from Infor, we were keen to find out what Pope was bringing to Epicor. One area in particular was of interest to us and that was cloud, especially given Pope’s experience of bringing cloud computing to several…

Stadium upgrades to IFS Application 9

Stadium AB – of Norrköpinghas, Sweden – has decided to upgrade to IFS Applications 9 and to extend its this with e-invoicing capabilities. Stadium is a sports retail chain centred on Sweden, Finland and now Germany. It has more than 160 stores. Besides these stores, it has a growing e-commerce sales business. According to Stefan…

NetSuite and Klugo win via customer advocacy

Klugo group has announced that it will implement NetSuite across the Bing Lee Electrics group. The family owned business founded in 1957, operates 39 stores and has 42 locations across NSW and ACT. Referenceability critical for growth A member of NARTA (National Associated Retail Traders of Australia) Bing Lee was recommended both NetSuite and Klugo…

IBM Watson combines with Apttus

During the main keynote at Apttus Accelerate there was an announcement that appeared to have barely registered to an audience that had been dwindling due to the heat of the day. Derek Schoettle, General Manager of the IBM Watson Data Platform announced that Apttus CPQ has been integrated into IBM Watson to deliver cognitive pricing.…

NetSuite delivers more, more, more at SuiteWorld

The product keynote at SuiteWorld hosted by Evan Goldberg, founder and CTO of NetSuite was a marathon whirlwind of news. Like previous years it overran but was a rapid fire of good news for users as multiple items on peoples wish lists for the ERP solution were crossed off the list. Some of the biggest cheers…

Workday to revitalise Target HCM

Workday has announced that the retailer Target has selected Workday to replace its human resources systems. This is a project that was initially shelved by CIO Mike McNamara when he first arrived at Target in June 2015. Commenting in StarTribune he identified three main weaknesses:“Target had outsourced too much of its tech talent. Its systems…

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…

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…

700 stores add Oracle Retail Planning

Oracle has announced that Konzum, a leading Croatian supermarket chain has implemented Oracle Retail Planning and Optimization solutions across its 700 stores. Konzum is part of Agrokor one of the largest privately owned groups in Croatia that has more than 2,000 retail stores in the Adriatic area. Growing pains Over the last few years Konzum…