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  • How Retailers Who Connect Their Value Stream Network Can Thrive In The Age Of Software
    How Retailers Who Connect Their Value Stream Network Can Thrive In The Age Of Software

    While retailers map out their omni-channel and digital strategy, a troubling trend is emerging. The digital transformations intended to stem the tide and allow established retailers to compete in the Age of Software are either moving too slowly or failing. Yet the rate of change in digital platforms, as evidenced by companies like Amazon and Alibaba, is progressing at such speeds that moving slowly is not an option for survival. The problem lies in the way most established retailers are approaching transformation.

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  • WFM In 2016: Cloud, Compliance, And Collaboration
    WFM In 2016: Cloud, Compliance, And Collaboration

    Innovative Retail Technologies’ most recent survey of retail execs finds a market ripe for the adoption of cloud-based workforce management applications, tepid confidence in workforce compliance, and increasing collaboration among HR, store ops, and associates. Workforce and human capital management applications have come of age, and retailers are catching on. Innovative Retail Technologies’ summer 2016 survey of more than 150 retail executives reveals some compelling trends around the value that’s driving adoption of modern WFM/HCM applications.

  • WFM In 2016: Cloud, Compliance, And Collaboration
    WFM In 2016: Cloud, Compliance, And Collaboration

    Innovative Retail Technologies’ most recent survey of retail execs finds a market ripe for the adoption of cloud-based workforce management applications, tepid confidence in workforce compliance, and increasing collaboration among HR, store ops, and associates.

  • The Truth About Automated Labor Scheduling
    The Truth About Automated Labor Scheduling

    With automated scheduling, what you get out of it is only as good as what you put in; its value and effectiveness are entirely dependent on the range of relevant data the system is given to make informed decisions. To have a real impact on optimizing your workforce the WFM requires information specific to your individual associates and retail location. Listen in as Matt Zelek, VP and Industry Consultant, Empower Software Solutions, talks to Innovative Retail Technologies’ Chief Editor, Erin Harris, about some of the key considerations retailers should make when deciding between manual versus automated scheduling.

  • Pier 1 Imports Drives Sales With Workforce Management
    Pier 1 Imports Drives Sales With Workforce Management

    For its first 49 years in business, Pier1, which employs more than 20,000 associates in 49 states and Canada, was managing schedules using a mix of pen, paper, Excel and Access. "Thanks to the dedicated work of Senior Manager of Store Operations Lee Crowell and his team, the system worked well through seven substantial in-house upgrades," says executive VP of Stores Sharon Leite.

  • Eliminating The Risks Of On-Call Scheduling
    Eliminating The Risks Of On-Call Scheduling

    Best Practices to Help Retailers Stay Compliant and Build Associate Engagement.

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