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Italian fashion company Miroglio Fashion will be using a host of solutions from Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) in its launch of a retail innovation initiative. Some of those, which have been chosen and are within Oracle’s Omnichannel Suite, include Oracle’s Retail Xstore Point-of-Service, Retail Customer Engagement and Retail Order Broker. Through the use Oracles set of solutions, Miroglio expects to offer effectiveness and incredible performance on its Retail 4.0 Program.

The CEO of Miroglio Fashion, Hans Hoegstedt explains, “In retail, the use of Oracle Retail technology and digital will offer our customers a richer shopping experience while increasing and improving the efficiency of our stores.”

Innovation is part of the DNA of Miroglio Fashion

Innovative initiatives have become the order of the day for any entity that is seeking to grow. Hoegstedt says that they interest is in bringing the 4.0 solutions into their business in hope of reloading the collaboration for the better. As such the Omnichannel initiative is expected to activate new ways that will offer integration between physical stores and the online channel.

The future retail is of importance. Through the 4.0 program, Hoegstedt emphasizes that people will be sanctioned to take note of fashion needs and expectations and particularly those that concern women. It will be applicable across the board to the entire network of close to 1,100 stores.

Oracle’s Retail cornerstones that define solution strategies

Innovation, which must have a consistent delivery, is paramount for any business that is seeking to expand. The businesses must, therefore, adhere to solutions that will enhance their operations. The Senior VP and General Manager of Oracle Retail, Ray Carlin says that they are honored by being part of Miroglio Group’s innovation initiative.

Oracle is a darling to many retailers because it has provided them with complete, open, and integrated suite to not only develop but also grow their businesses. Oracle’s solutions have given many a platform for anticipating market changes as well one that they can use to simplify operations.

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