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Maidenform, Charming Charlie and Macys.com rely on business intelligence and analytics to improve decision making, create more useful and actionable reports and serve the customer in today’s omnichannel world.

Dooney & Bourke reveals the long road to replacing its behind-the-times web store with a sleek new digital flagship that offers a consistent experience across devices.

From mobile POS and item-level RFID to a sprawling new DC and a full acre (!) of shoe-selling space in its remodeled Herald Square flagship, Macy's is putting the customer first.

President of Nordstrom Direct Jamie Nordstrom also dishes on the e-commerce battleground, expansion into Canada, a future without cash registers, snagging the ideal spot in Manhattan, recent partnerships and customer loyalty.

For fast-fashion retailer Groupe Dynamite, streamlining supply chain operations has been essential to aggressive global expansion, while Red Wing Shoes is tapping into demand planning and forecasting insights to meet Millennial demand.

Twenty years in, e-commerce is leveling the playing field for small brands and retailers and offering a wealth of platforms that help newcomers to compete effectively in the digital arena.

New Look’s use of Quantum Retail’s Q platform has changed its approach to managing its allocation and replenishment.

Social media, videos, easy navigation, and replication of its signature shopping by color are driving success online for the accessories retailer.

A new planning system allows the fashion retailer to make better and more timely decisions.

Chemical management programs in the apparel industry are typically reactionary, focusing on after-the-fact compliance, but VF wants to upend that process, catching harmful chemicals before they enter the supply chain.

Love Culture's combination of trendy styles, low prices and appealing store environments has inspired a legion of devoted fans. Now the company has embarked on a major expansion program — and brought in some software heavy hitters to help.

Many apparel retailers are embracing ship-from-store fulfillment to better leverage their inventory while helping customers get exactly what they want — anytime, anywhere.

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