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Fashion Group Gap deploys Oracle retail cloud services
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Oct '17
Courtesy: Oracle
Courtesy: Oracle
Oracle has announced that Gap Inc., a leading global fashion retailer, has deployed Oracle retail merchandising foundation cloud service, Oracle retail merchandising insights cloud service, Oracle retail integration cloud service, and Oracle retail store inventory management running on the Oracle cloud to drive end-to-end operational efficiencies.

As a long-standing customer of Oracle, Gap Inc. sought to build on its experience and maintain a consistent merchandising platform to simplify operations, allowing its Intermix brand to take advantage of the dynamic, state-of-the-art functionality and technology offered in the Oracle retail cloud service. Oracle retail merchandising foundation cloud service with Oracle retail integration cloud service empowers merchants to synchronise end-to-end merchandising operations from buying to inventory valuation – driving to a single version of the truth. Daily tasks such as purchase order approval and sales auditing are efficient and effective with exception-based dashboard notifications and alerts.

Through its modern analytics interface and exception-based reporting, Oracle retail merchandising insights cloud service leverages the value of the merchandising data and identifies actionable opportunities across product, price, promotion, and placement.

Paul Chapman, chief information officer, Gap Inc., said, “The investment marks the first step on a journey to adopting cloud technology across our global operations. We chose Oracle retail cloud services to synchronise our global initiatives and deliver state of the art functionality to Intermix. The Intermix team is inspired by the potential of the solutions. They look forward to new capabilities and insights delivered by the Oracle retail solutions.”

Ray Carlin, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle retail said, “We are thrilled to announce the adoption of Oracle retail cloud services by Gap Inc. Gap Inc. is a long standing and valued partner of Oracle retail. Oracle retail cloud services are decreasing implementation times for brands of all sizes and we look forward to seeing what Gap Inc. can accomplish with their new cloud perspective of inventory.” (GK)

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