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What 2018 Will Bring to the New Retail Economy?

As the retail industry is basking in what’s predicted to be a profitable holiday shopping season, we look to the year ahead, working to stay ahead of consumer trends, emerging technologies, and disruptive changes.

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As the retail industry is basking in what’s predicted to be a profitable holiday shopping season, we look to the year ahead, working to stay ahead of consumer trends, emerging technologies, and disruptive changes.

This ebook reveals the findings of a survey of 250 retailers focusing on the state of global sourcing and supply chain management, it reveals how retailers still have a long way to go to better streamline communication and simplify their operations.

Technology research firm Gartner, Inc. recently noted a new trend towards supply chain “protectionism,” presumably due to the extraordinary combination of external forces proving capable of disrupting once-optimized processes and, therefore, destroying once-healthy profit margins.

This whitepaper shares best methods on how to forecast demand accuracy.

Consumer goods retailers moving into the private brand arena need to work on a common platform with the entire supply chain to provide visibility into product information.

To address these complexities and unlock additional value, global companies have realized the importance of connecting product information with manufacturing and supply chain processes.

Today, retailers sourcing from low-cost countries need to implement technology to help manage the entire product lifecycle and global supply chain, thus ensuring their continued success.

Product traceability has become a critical aspect of supply chains and global trade; with definitions that run the gamut depending on the industry or phase in the product lifecycle.

Leading organizations are striving to bring new products to market faster, streamline supplier processes and improve supply chain efficiencies.

Today’s new production introduction (NPI) landscape is dynamic and fast-paced, and many manufacturers are struggling to keep up.

Both announcements indicate that the PLM technology segment has aggressive intentions to extend and integrate product and service management software applications with advanced technology related to connecting physical devices.

At Oracle, we deliver a lifecycle of services to help you implement and optimize your Oracle solution by leveraging best practices and by offering our experience in helping thousands of customers succeed.

Our Product Lifecycle Logistics approach treats the movement of products as one continuous inventory stream, increasing agility, reducing touch points and speeding up the movement of products throughout the supply chain

We call this progress the Product Value Chain, an integrated business model powered by Oracle that offers rich new strategies for executives to collectively leverage enterprise Agile PLM, Product Data Hub, Enterprise Data Quality for Products, and other industry leading Oracle applications to achieve further incremental value.