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A glimpse into the future reveals business apps in the cloud - 0 views

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    This cover story of this special report features Ovation Brands, who had just gone live on Oracle ERP Cloud and Oracle HCM Cloud (and still implementing Oracle EPM Cloud). The story chronicles Ovation's move to the cloud, starting small, adding Micros, then implementing ERP and HR in the cloud, citing business gains, newfound analytical insight and lower operating cost as benefits of the migration.
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    This cover story of this special report features Ovation Brands, who had just gone live on Oracle ERP Cloud and Oracle HCM Cloud (and still implementing Oracle EPM Cloud). The story chronicles Ovation's move to the cloud, starting small, adding Micros, then implementing ERP and HR in the cloud, citing business gains, newfound analytical insight and lower operating cost as benefits of the migration.
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Are your business applications in the cloud? - 0 views

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    Tony Kontzer's article on Ovation Brands - including a quote from CIO Patrick Benson - was called out in the editor's note at the beginning of the special report.

    "Those who have gone beyond testing the waters are finding there is no looking back. In Tony Kontzer's cover story, Ovation Brands CIO Patrick Benson recounts how the chain restaurant operator was faced with an outdated IT infrastructure and needed help fast; it found it in software as a service. "The major difference in the journey has been the warp speed at which we were really able to do this. It wasn't artificial or forced. It's just an organically faster process," Benson said. "We used to wait a day or two just to get the previous day's performance information. That stuff now becomes real-time."
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    Tony Kontzer's article on Ovation Brands - including a quote from CIO Patrick Benson - was called out in the editor's note at the beginning of the special report.

    "Those who have gone beyond testing the waters are finding there is no looking back. In Tony Kontzer's cover story, Ovation Brands CIO Patrick Benson recounts how the chain restaurant operator was faced with an outdated IT infrastructure and needed help fast; it found it in software as a service. "The major difference in the journey has been the warp speed at which we were really able to do this. It wasn't artificial or forced. It's just an organically faster process," Benson said. "We used to wait a day or two just to get the previous day's performance information. That stuff now becomes real-time."
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Old Country Buffet owner uses new mobile BI tools to track POS data - FierceMobileIT - 0 views

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    To get a handle on the enormous amount of data generated by its restaurants, Ovation Brands, which operates Old Country Buffet and other restaurants, employs Oracle's cloud-based system that collects data from its Micros point-of-sale systems and processes the data using the MyMicros business intelligence and Micros InMotion mobile tools.
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    To get a handle on the enormous amount of data generated by its restaurants, Ovation Brands, which operates Old Country Buffet and other restaurants, employs Oracle's cloud-based system that collects data from its Micros point-of-sale systems and processes the data using the MyMicros business intelligence and Micros InMotion mobile tools.
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This isn't your father's enterprise software | PCWorld - 0 views

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    Changing expectations and a new generation of users are transforming the face of business applications

    When Patrick Benson joined Ovation Brands back in September 2013, he was given a tall order: modernize an array of legacy IT systems that could no longer keep up with the restaurant-chain conglomerate's business processes.
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    Changing expectations and a new generation of users are transforming the face of business applications

    When Patrick Benson joined Ovation Brands back in September 2013, he was given a tall order: modernize an array of legacy IT systems that could no longer keep up with the restaurant-chain conglomerate's business processes.
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Lids Streamlines Inventory Management Across Channels with Oracle Retail | Retail Touch... - 0 views

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    Larry Havlik, VP of IT and Systems at Lids Sports Group: "This is a significant step toward driving growth, by expanding the items we offer and giving customers the full benefit of our locations, in-store service and e-Commerce site."
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Lids Doubles Its Online SKUs with Cross-Channel Inventory | RIS News - 0 views

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    As part of a technology upgrade that includes a migration to Oracle's MICROS Xstore (now Oracle Retail Xstore), Lids rolled out Oracle's MICROS Retail Locate (now Oracle Retail Order Broker Cloud Service), enabling the retailer to nearly double the number of product SKUs available for sale online by exposing inventory in all Lids stores as well as throughout its supply chain. The specialty retailer's omnichannel inventory increases available SKUs while helping customers and associates easily find team-specific items online and in-store.
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Lids Sports Group Opens Up Inventory Across Channels With Oracle Retail Solutions - In... - 0 views

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    Internet Retailer - Technology/Order Management - Lids Sports Group Opens Up Inventory Across Channels With Oracle Retail Solutions
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Oracle solutions make a difference at Lids | Retail Systems - 0 views

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    US retailer Lids Sports Group is rolling out Oracle solutions as it looks to make its entire inventory of team-specific sports apparel and memorabilia available in-store, online, or via mobile.

    As part of a technology upgrade that includes a migration to Oracle's MICROS Xstore (now Oracle Retail Xstore), Lids rolled out MICROS Retail Locate (now Oracle Retail Order Broker Cloud Service), enabling it to nearly double the number of product SKUs available for sale online by exposing inventory in all Lids stores as well as throughout its supply chain.
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Lids simplifies POS administration with Oracle Retail | Chain Store Age - 0 views

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    Lids Sports Group is upgrading to a new Oracle Retail POS solution that will simplify administration and the user experience for the more than 50 different POS screen and receipt configurations for the retailer's partner brands.
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Nordstrom Supports Canadian Expansion With Oracle Upgrade - Retail TouchPoints - 0 views

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    "By rolling the new Oracle Retail solutions out in conjunction with the Canada expansion, we are able to fully evaluate and understand the new features and functionality before impacting our remaining store operations," said Bill Tucker, VP of Technology at Nordstrom. "As we put the Oracle solutions in place across the business, we are positioned to take immediate advantage of new features, performance, and functionality enhancements in Oracle Retail 14.1."
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Lids Sports Group Opens Up Inventory Across Channels With Oracle Retail Solutions | Int... - 0 views

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    As part of a technology upgrade that includes a migration to Oracle's MICROS Xstore (now Oracle Retail Xstore), Lids rolled out Oracle's MICROS Retail Locate (now Oracle Retail Order Broker Cloud Service), enabling the retailer to nearly double the number of product SKUs available for sale online by exposing inventory in all Lids stores as well as throughout its supply chain.
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Lids Sports Group opens up inventory across channels / Retail Customer Experience - 0 views

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    Specialty retailer uses Oracle to help increase available inventory while helping customers and associates easily find items online and at over 1,300 locations nationwide.
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Nordstrom relies on Oracle for Canada expansion | Apparel Magazine - 0 views

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    Nordstrom has implemented new Oracle Retail Merchandise Operations Management and Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management solutions to support its expansion in Canada.
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Nordstrom supports Canada expansion with Oracle Retail | Chain Store Age - 0 views

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    "Oracle is a valued partner to our business," said Bill Tucker, VP of technology, Nordstrom. "Oracle's retail industry solutions help to ensure that our technology investment evolves with our business to support our growth strategy and help us meet the changing expectations of our customers."

    Using technology in its stores and online, Nordstrom delivers a highly relevant and personalized experience that enables its customers to shop on their terms.
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Nordstrom Go Live on Oracle Retail Merchandise System | Press Release - 0 views

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    Retailer's implementation establishes foundation for sustainable growth across Nordstrom full line and Rack stores in North America

    Redwood Shores, Calif.-Apr 6, 2015 Leading fashion specialty retailer Nordstrom has implemented new Oracle Retail Merchandise Operations Management and Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management solutions to support its expansion in Canada. The retailer plans to roll out the latest releases of these Oracle Retail solutions companywide to support its Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack stores.
    "Oracle is a valued partner to our business," said Bill Tucker, vice president of Technology, Nordstrom. "Oracle's retail industry solutions help to ensure that our technology investment evolves with our business to support our growth strategy and help us meet the changing expectations of our customers."
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Perry Ellis Enables International Growth with Oracle Retail - Internet Retailer - 0 views

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    Oracle Industry Connect, Washington DC- Apparel retailer and wholesaler Perry Ellis International upgraded its major retail systems to Oracle Retail Release 14 to deliver a commerce anywhere experience in which inventory is available to fulfill customer purchases from any channel. The move to this latest release will also unite Perry Ellis' US and European retail stores with a single global instance of Oracle Retail Merchandising System that serves both markets.
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Lids opens inventory with Micros Locate | Chain Store Age - 0 views

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    As Kevin Thompson, director of application development for Lids Sports Group, told retail attendees of the recent Oracle Industry Connect conference, the retailer has implemented the Micros Locate inventory visibility solution to enable full inventory access at stores.

    "It's a customer service issue," said Thompson. "We don't want to disappoint customers."

    Lids uses Locate for order brokering, providing visibility of inventory to other stores and DCs both from the store as well as to customers using one of Lids' e-commerce sites. Store associates are equipped with tablets allowing them "endless aisle" inventory access, and out-of-stock items can be ordered for home shipment at the POS, either from a DC or a nearby store.
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Omnichannel Is Recurring Theme At Oracle Event | Retail TouchPoints - 0 views

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    Attendees at the annual Oracle event were treated to a number of presentations by retail executives, from companies including: Nordstrom, The Gap, John Lewis, adidas, Academy Sports, Chico's, Lilly Pulitzer and more. Recurring themes for sessions centered around omnichannel strategies and improving the customer experience with comprehensive technology solutions.

    During keynote sessions, Oracle executives talked about the importance of delivering Commerce Anywhere capabilities to retailers. Mike Webster, SVP and GM, Oracle Retail, noted: "You don't have a big data problem, you have a small insight problem…Big Science is the answer."

    Jill Puleri, Oracle's new SVP and GM, Global Retail Business Unit, discussed ways retailers are using mobile differently to address five elements of disruption: mobility, data breaches, same-day delivery, wearables and weather.
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Gordmans Leverages Loyalty Data To Respond To Customer Preferences - Retail TouchPoints - 0 views

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    Mid-market retailers face a unique combination of pressures from today's highly connected consumers. These customers seek the personalized attention and service that smaller retailers are known for, but they have also come to expect the wide product selection and expanded range of delivery options offered by the country's largest retailers.

    The 98-store Gordmans department store chain, celebrating its 100th year in business, faces this paradox, along with the challenge of balancing its upcoming online offerings with the brick-and-mortar stores that are still central to the business. Richard Heyman, Senior Vice President and CIO for the retailer, spoke about keys to success at the Oracle Retail Midmarket Merchandising Customer Luncheon held in conjunction with the NRF 2015 BIG Show in New York City.
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