Oracle Retail has published to My Oracle Support two White Papers and a Checklist addressing Oracle Retail Analytics, an analytical application that provides multiple modules for analysis and reporting on different areas of retail management and operations.
The 13.3 release of Oracle Retail Allocation represents a significantly improved solution, helping retailers determine the inventory requirements at the item, store, and week level using real-time inventory information. This release focused on enhancements related to front-end usability and a better user experience. In addition, the release featured numerous (more...)
In order to better enable and educate retailers and partners, the Oracle Retail Curriculum team, in partnership with Oracle Retail Product teams and Customer Support, have published Oracle Retail Product Overviews to My Oracle Support. Product Overviews are high-level recordings that highlight the business use, features and benefits of Oracle (more...)
The 13.4.1 release of Oracle Retail Category Management is a completely new solution and is only available for use with the Oracle Retail Predictive Application Server (RPAS) Fusion User Interface. This solution supports the development of category business plans and broadly follows the traditional Category Management business process. (more...)
Inventory accuracy is a critical and highly sensitive area affecting retailers, and it has a significant impact on increasing levels of customer service, reducing costs, and enhancing productivity. Stock counts are one of the main tools retailers have to ensure their perpetual inventory is accurate. Oracle Retail has published two (more...)
In order to assist retailers and partners as they plan to implement upcoming Oracle Retail patches, the Sustaining Engineering team, in partnership with the Documentation team, is publishing a new type of document on My Oracle Support (https://support.oracle.com) for selected Support releases: Patch Value Propositions (PVP).
PVPs offer retailers an early view of fixes and enhancements (functional, technical, integration, and so on) that are scheduled for inclusion in a patch. PVPs are provided at either the product level or the solution unit level, and they are intended to assist partners and retailers in their long-term planning. The (more...)