From consumer demand to employee workflows and complex supply chains, the retail industry operates via a complex array of systems and processes. When one of those areas operates sub-optimally, the bottom line suffers. For many of today’s businesses, Retail ERP software—which hasn’t seen significant change in more than 20 years—is a glaring weak point.
For a national retailer like Whole Foods Market, disparate software systems can create issues not just for employees who interface with the software on a daily basis to get their work done, but also for the customers who rely on the transparency that a new ERP platform—a new way of thinking about Retail software—can provide.
By partnering with Infor, Whole Foods Market is collapsing dozens of solutions into one unified platform. The system isn’t built for the sole purpose of fulfilling current needs—it’s ready to evolve into a retail future that demands iteration, disposability, and modularity to an extent that’s simply not achievable with legacy infrastructure. We talked with the developers, designers, and managers who are helping make this ambitious Infor Retail platform a reality—check out the video below.Tagged: video, Whole Foods