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There’s no one right way to enact a digital transformation, but there are important considerations that can help you map out your best path.

“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new,” said the Greek philosopher Socrates. Learn how you can lead successful retail change.

It requires a more integrated, standards-based approach across all members of the supply chain.

A funny thing happened on the way to the local mall dying. It’s alleged murderer, the e-commerce pure play, discovered the value of a brick-and-mortar operation.

When critical data is captured in a single, central platform, retailers can achieve myriad back-end business benefits on the road to unified commerce. Follow these five steps.

The prediction of a strong BTS season represents a significant opportunity for brick & mortar retailers to hold off the continuing surge of online retailers.

With its ability to enhance inventory accuracy and speed across all shopping channels, the use of electronic product code (EPC)-enabled item-level radio frequency identification (RFID) in the apparel industry has opened the door for manufacturers and retailers alike to transcend outdated supply chai

When you begin selling on new channels, particularly online marketplaces, the complexities of each process become exponentially trickier, so it’s important to simplify each step.


To seize omnichannel opportunities, fashion retailers must address what products they have, where they are and when they (plus new products) can be delivered to specific destinations.  Click here to download now.

To stay viable, retail businesses must adapt to consumer changes and adopt new strategies to meet today's shopper expectations.

The top-performing public apparel firms are working diligently to meet consumer demand with innovative product, fast delivery and seamless experiences across channels, while facing down the challenges of a swiftly changing retail world.

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