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  1. DynaSys rebrands as QAD DynaSys

    DynaSys, a leading provider of demand and supply chain planning solutions, has announced that the company will now be known as QAD DynaSys. QAD DynaSys is a division of QAD Inc.
  2. 74% of UK retailers do not correctly attribute footfall to digital spend

    Most UK brands are unsure of the actual impact digital marketing spend is having on visits to their own bricks and mortar stores.

    A survey of 1,153 UK retail workers carried out by leading digital marketing agency, Marketingsignals.com, revealed that three quarters (74%) of UK retailers are failing to assess the full worth of their digital marketing spend - due to them not accurately attributing the impact on footfall.
  3. One in three retail workers holding out for redundancy before switching careers

    34% of retail workers in the UK are waiting to be made redundant before switching careers, according to a survey by professional training provider Learning People.
  4. New British technology eCargo bike manufacturer announces ‘Project 1'

    A new, technology-led, eCargo bike manufacturer from Oxford, Electric Assisted Vehicles Limited (EAV) launched its new company and announced its new Project 1 (P1) eCargo bike at the eBike summit in Oxford on 10 April.
  5. SAP Ariba and RapidRatings integrate financial viability data into overall vendor risk profiles

    When it comes to choosing business partners, financial viability is a critical factor.
  6. Capgemini to enter into alliance partnership with Autodesk for the deployment of a comprehensive BIM platform

    Capgemini will enter into a new partnership agreement with Autodesk, a major player in 3D design, engineering, construction and entertainment software, to deploy ReflectIoD, a new cloud-enabled and secure digital twin platform.
  7. Industry expert joins imio Software Solutions board

    Industry expert Professor Phil Greening has joined the Board of Directors at imio Software Solutions, a UK-based software business specialising in warehousing and fulfilment.
  8. Cheese supplier Eurilait enjoys bumper year using FuturMaster

    Eurilait, which supplies retailers, wholesalers and food service companies across the UK with cheese, butter, cream and desserts, has halved waste and saved a significant value in the last year following the implementation of supply chain planning software through food industry tech specialists at FuturMaster.
  9. Cloud-based supply chain management platform SPOT Offers new container tracking service

    The SPOT Supply Chain Visibility & Collaboration Platform has been extended by a new container tracking service that consolidates various data streams to provide customers best possible and independent container status information.
  10. Ivalua believes businesses are in ‘no-deal denial’

    Smart procurement firm Ivalua has warned that businesses trading with Europe need to urgently review supply chain operations ahead of Brexit, or risk being unprepared for the cliff edge posed by leaving without a deal.
  11. Subcon extends Launchpad deadline

    Subcon has announced that due to high levels of competitor and entrant interest, it has extended the deadline for entries into the inaugural Subcon Launchpad and Launchpad Awards to Friday 26th April.
  12. SupplyOn presents innovative ‘Industrial Track&Trace’ solution at Hannover Messe 2019

    SupplyOn AG, provider of intelligent supply chain management solutions for the manufacturing industry, is joining forces at the Hannover Messe 2019 trade show with Bosch Rexroth and smart factory solutions specialist IoTOS GmbH to present an innovative Track&Trace solution that allows seamless, real-time tracking of customer orders from placement through to goods delivery.
  13. Driving improved delivery standards in the age of instant gratification

    By Leigh Moody, UK Managing Director at SOTI.

    In today’s increasingly competitive retail landscape, delivery times are becoming a crucial differentiator between brands and often a key factor for consumers when selecting a retailer to purchase a product from.
  14. Hawes & Curtis further evolve its digital shopping experience with One iota

    Hawes & Curtis, the formal menswear and womenswear retailer, is collaborating with multi-channel technology specialist One iota to deploy their Assisted Sale iPad App across its stores nationwide.
  15. commercetools and BloomReach launch digital experience ecommerce solution for retailers and brands

    commercetools, the next-generation commerce software solutions provider, and BloomReach, the digital experience platform company, have released an integrated version of their commerce and digital experience platforms. The Starter Store comprising BloomReach and commercetools is targeted at upper mid-size retailers and brands.
  16. The retail robots set to land in British aisles

    Fully- autonomous, retail service robots are heading to the UK for the first time and are set to increase in-store efficiency, reduce operational costs and improve customer satisfaction in supermarkets across the country.
  17. PerceptIn launches intelligent viewer tracking module

    PerceptIn has introduced the PerceptIn Intelligent Viewer Tracking Module (PIVTM), an Internet-of-Things (IoT) intelligence module for generating in-store customer data for mobile vendors and retailers.
  18. Government’s no-deal Brexit report shows it's now or never for organisations to prepare their supply chains

    By Alex Saric, smart procurement expert at Ivalua.

    The government’s Brexit impact assessment has laid bare everything organisations have been worried about.
  19. Oracle leads diverse general merchandise POS software market

    Major general merchandise retailers, comprising mixed formats as well as speciality hardgoods and softgoods chains, account for 2.6 million POS software installations globally.
  20. Putting the WOW in the checkout experience

    By Craig Summers, UK Managing Director, Manhattan Associates.

    Embracing technology is a prerequisite for success in the modern retail environment. There are many ways in which retailers can deliver a new in-store experience – and while some retailers will undoubtedly look to emulate the human touch free Amazon Go model, for many others, human interaction is the primary and fundamental component of a positive bricks and mortar experience.
  21. Brexit - What next for British business?

    By John Perry, managing director at SCALA, provider of management services for the supply chain and logistics sector.

    With EU negotiators seemingly ruling out the possibility of a second referendum, Labour demanding customs union membership, and Theresa May still doggedly pursuing her universally unpopular agreement, we seem to be hurtling ever-faster towards a no-deal Brexit.
  22. Five steps the grocery industry can take to mitigate the impact of a no-deal Brexit

    The UK grocery retail industry could lose up to £4.5bn revenue in the three months after Brexit if retailers are not prepared by 29 March, analysis from operational improvement specialist Newton has revealed.
  23. 96,000 UK retailers failing to recognise value of effective pricing

    Around 96,000* UK retailers are putting their business at risk by failing to grasp the importance of an effective pricing strategy. The figure was published in a report by pricing and automation specialist, Omnia Retail, which questioned retail businesses on the scope and efficacy of their pricing processes.
  24. Innovation key to creating successful global supply chains

    Budding managers can learn how to successfully lead supply chains of the future by creating cultures of innovation and adopting latest technologies, in all sectors of their organisation. This is one of many areas covered in the University of London’s latest degree programme, the MSc in Supply Chain Management and Global Logistics.
  25. The best things come in small packages for retail SMEs

    By Matthew Robertson, Co-CEO, NetDespatch.

    “Britain is a nation of shopkeepers,” is the famous phrase coined by economist Adam Smith to explain the desire of a commercial nation to secure ever-expanding markets for its wares.
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