WALLDORF — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced the release of the SAP S/4HANA Retail for merchandise management solution — an industry-specific version of the SAP S/4HANA product line.
The solution helps retailers meet the demands of a digital economy and omnichannel retailing end-to-end. Solution capabilities that support retail processes include:
- End-to-end support for all core retail processes from master data down to point of sale, enabling retailers to deliver a better consumer experience
- Insights into operational retail data, such as precise stock assessments, to empower users with contextual, real-time information for faster and better decision making combined with accelerated mission-critical processes such as replenishment
- A simple and intuitive user interface to enable users at headquarters and store associates to improve efficiency and customer service
“Today, it is critical to continue to optimize processes and retail frameworks,” said Achim Schneider, global head of SAP Retail. “With SAP S/4HANA Retail for merchandise management, customers can explore other business models for improved best practices and implement new business processes based on data. The real-time analytics and insights allow our customers to not only keep pace with but anticipate the changing needs of consumers and the market, driving business decisions accordingly.”
The SAP S/4HANA Retail for merchandise management solution will be featured January 15–17, 2017, at the NRF Annual Convention and EXPO in New York. Join the conversation by following SAP on Twitter at @SAP_Retail, visit sap.com/nrf and watch the live presentations in SAP’s booth #1921.
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