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QVC optimises multichannel supply chain network

Tuesday February 23 2010

One of the largest multimedia retailers in the world is taking a process optimisation approach to achieving supply chain efficiency


Online shopping growth slumps to record low in January

Tuesday February 23 2010

Although the latest January 2010 sales figures show consumers spent £4.3 billion online, sales fell by 22% compared to December 2009


John Lewis integrates cross-channel management

Tuesday February 23 2010

Order management software is to enable improved customer service by facilitating a seamless cross-channel shopping experience


Recession, what recession?

Monday February 22 2010

Aldata/IBM Retail CIO survey shows increased IT spending and focus on optimising processes for fast ROI


Word of mouth ushers in online customer renaissance

Monday February 22 2010

Past Times sees 11% increase in average order values during January with new web customisation technology


Recession, what recession?

Monday February 22 2010

Aldata/IBM Retail CIO survey shows increased IT spending and focus on optimising processes for fast ROI


AF Blakemore harnesses broadband benefits

Monday February 22 2010

Major Spar distributor selects Vodat International to improve communications


Recession, what recession?

Monday February 22 2010

Aldata/IBM Retail CIO survey shows increased IT spending and focus on optimising processes for fast ROI


Anglia Co-Operative unifies store management processes

Monday February 22 2010

Productivity management system implemented across entire convenience, supermarket and department store portfolio


Foschini improves goods flow with warehouse management system

Friday February 19 2010

South African retail giant with integrated warehouse and fulfilment platform at Cape Town distribution centres


Manhattan Associates makes big four predictions for retail in 2010

Friday February 19 2010

Steve Smith, Manhattan Associates director in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), shares his perspectives and predictions on the changing environment that retailers face months ahead


Shopping by mobile will grow to $119 billion in 2015

Friday February 19 2010

Latest research predicts mobile commerce will take 8% share of e-commerce market within the next five years