Retail Pro offering now available delivers a flexible, global retail management platform unifying data in physical and digital channels, and enables retailers to leverage brand-forward, integrated retail process with seamless operations including POS, purchasing and receiving, inventory management, wholesale management, ecommerce, cross-channel management, accounting and finance.
FOLSOM, CA – 13 December 2016 Retail Pro International, today announced that it has joined the SAP® PartnerEdge® program as a partner that designs, develops and builds software integrated with SAP solutions. Through its participation in the program, it is now announcing the availability of Retail Pro® retail management software solutions, which run on the SAP Business One® application.
Over 130 brands already operate on the synergized strengths of Retail Pro and the SAP ERP application, including Oakley, Under Armour, Samsonite, Ibiza, Samsung, Sportline America, Sparta, and Maui and Sons.
“Under Armour is executing on a massive retail expansion plan in key markets,” said Dion Sigmond, Under Armour’s Head of IT for International. “Leveraging world-class retail software with a proven track record gives us the confidence that we will be able to effectively scale, manage, sustain and drive our global retail footprint.”
Linked together, Retail Pro and SAP Business One optimize data use and visibility across corporate, subsidiary and supplier locations, simplifying key processes for rapid scaling and providing actionable insight for smarter business decisions.
“Many of the retailers we support use Retail Pro and SAP Business One to increase efficiency and productivity, as a result of having integrated systems that cover the business processes of the company in an integrated and collaborative environment. The synergy between these two enterprise technologies gives us a greater resource to help retailers achieve the impossible in their retail strategies,” said Hector Vera, CEO of BES Consulting, a Retail Pro Business Partner and distributor.
Retailers leveraging the combined power of Retail Pro and SAP Business One can benefit from the following:
“Having already achieved record earnings to date in 2016,” commented Kerry Lemos, CEO of Retail Pro International, “we look forward to a strong partnership that will arm both companies with greater leverage to empower retail and further penetrate global markets.”
As an SAP partner in SAP PartnerEdge, Retail Pro International and its distributors are empowered to build, market and sell software applications on top of market-leading technology platforms from SAP. The program provides the enablement tools, benefits and support to facilitate building high-quality, disruptive applications focused on specific business needs – quickly and cost-effectively. The program provides access to all relevant SAP technologies in one simplified framework under a single, global contract.
About Retail Pro International
Retail Pro International (RPI) is a global leader in retail management software that is recognized world-wide for rich functionality, multi-national capabilities, and unparalleled flexibility. For over 25 years, RPI has innovated retail software solutions to help retailers optimize business operations and have more time to focus on what really matters - cultivating customer engagement and capitalizing on retail’s trends. Retail Pro is the chosen software platform for omnichannel strategy by retailers in 125+ countries. To learn more, visit www.retailpro.com
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