Here are three things brands should look for in their core planning software.
Digital transformation doesn’t have to be overwhelming—it’s all about taking baby steps toward the future of retail. Download this free guide for retailers now.
Powering innovation. Driving change. Accelerating disruption. This is Ferrari + Infor.
Shoptalk is now one of the retail industry’s most insightful events of the year, and the first Shoptalk Europe didn’t disappoint. These are our top five insights from Copenhagen.
Apple reinvented an entire industry when it introduced the first iPhone in 2007. Thanks to Steve Jobs and his “geniuses”, retail has never been the same.
Retail as we know it is dying—but as the industry transforms, customers are poised to enjoy some of the greatest retail experiences that have ever existed. This is the golden age of retail.
In this video, Crate & Barrel COO Michael Relich discusses digital transformation, the power of big data, and the future of retail.
While paying employees a fair wage appears to be a simple calculation, many retailers are at risk for non-compliance—and they don’t even know it.
In this Supply Chain Radio podcast, Guy Courtin and Jerry Beaston discuss the how supply chain management and WMS can—and should—work together.
Infor President Duncan Angove discusses digital disruption and bridging the gap between what an analog company can deliver and what today’s digital customer expects.
Cars aren’t just becoming more millennial-friendly, they’re becoming a more important touchpoint for retailers, too.
Infor President Duncan Angove shares his perspective on innovating in the age of connected intelligence.
Perpetual innovation for the future of retail The future of retail is already here. Savvy, demanding shoppers are affecting the need for supply chain orchestration solutions. Predictive analytics technologies are changing the game for assortment planning. The IoT is everywhere. And when customer experience is your number one asset, hiring the right people matters more… Read more »
A culture built around design thinking; products built around customers At Infor Retail, we have a mantra: Start at the end. We believe that great enterprise software begins by understanding the people who will be using it every day and getting to know how they work (and how they’d like to work). That’s the foundation… Read more »
See how modern retailers can succeed using a Formula 1 racing technique called slipstreaming.
Information Architect Melanie O’Donnell tells us why user-centered design is the cornerstone of next generation retail software.