Rizing, LLC the parent company of Vesta Partners, Rizing HCM and /N SPRO Consumer Industries is pleased to announce the promotion of Bill Sarubbi to Chief Sales Executive (CSE) for Rizing, LLC.
/N SPRO is proud to announce their continued commitment to SAP’s Retail Executive Forum 2017 as a Diamond Sponsor. This year the SAP’s Retail Executive Forum will be taking place on October 16th-18th at the Intercontinental Barclays in New York City. Join us and over 300 retail peers for a two-day event, filled with high-level networking and hot-topic discussions. The forum is designed to bring retailers together to interact, network, and learn from their peers and industry experts across fashion, grocery, and hardline/general merchandise verticals.
This year’s event will focus on transforming your entire customer experience. This conference will include several CEO keynote speakers from Tommy Bahamas, Foot Locker, Baja Corporation, The O Alliance, The Robin Report, Food Marketing Institute, and more! Interested in how you can adapt, lead and thrive in the new normal? Click here for more information or to register to attend this year’s SAP Retail Executive Forum.
Already registered? Great! Stop by our Innovation Pod where the /N SPRO Retail team will show you how implementing s/4 HANA just got easier, with /N SPRO’s templated solution for Retail.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Join Brian Cederborg, /N SPRO’s Vice President of Retail & Wholesale at this year’s Sapphire & ASUG Conference taking place at the Orange County Convention Center, as he co-presents with Dan Ratchford, The Home Depot’s Director of IT. Together they will be presenting “How The Home Depot Is Leveraging SAP Fiori for Simple Store Operations” on Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 at 2PM EST located in theater S320F (South Concourse, Level 3). To add to your Sapphire & ASUG agenda simply enter session ID – RET8549.
Here’s a sneak peak of their presentation:
Store associates have one primary goal – to provide the best customer experience possible. The challenge is that store associates often cannot reach this goal because store systems are inefficient and unintuitive resulting in unnecessary delays in responding to customer requests – ultimately leading to customer frustration and a poor experience. SAP’s Fiori user interface provides an opportunity to fix this issue. Fiori offers easy to understand screens that can be rendered on virtually any mobile device to provide store associates with easy to find information to respond to customer demands in real time. Learn how The Home Depot has effectively deployed Fiori to continue to push the boundaries on how to deliver the best store experience possible for their customers.
- The Home Depot is improving their backend receiving processes by consolidating 3rd party vendor data into SAP, harmonizing and enriching the data to improve their backend store processes. Coupled with a reengineered SAP Fiori/UI5 landscape, it enhances the user experience, provides visibility for future planning activities, and streamlines the receiving process so that products and store associates are on the floor meeting customer demands.
- The Home Depot is also improving their store operations processes for Put Away and Pack Down management. This […]
MONTRÉAL – April 25, 2017: /N SPRO Inc. is proud to be recognized for the third consecutive year as one of the Top 100 Small & Medium Employers in Canada. The 2017 winners were announced this morning and the list showcases the nation’s most innovative and forward-thinking SMEs, and recognize their achievements in creating outstanding and industry-leading workplaces.
Luc Hédou, President of /N SPRO, notes that the company has grown in a way where hard work is met with meaningful rewards. “We take a lot of pride in the high-performance, high-fun culture we have built. Whether employees are based at the headquarters in Montreal or elsewhere across the country, there is a strong sense of community and the result is a highly engaged and motivated team. Even the newest and tiniest /N Sprouts are welcomed into the fold immediately with branded jumpers.”
“Overall, it’s a very collaborative environment where everyone helps everyone – whether you’re an associate consultant, a practice director, or a vice-president,” comments Gloria To, an associate consultant who splits her time between Montreal and Vancouver. “You wake up in the morning and you’re excited to go to work because you get this great sense of belonging not only at a company, but to a corporate family.”
Now in its 4th year, Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers is an editorial competition that recognizes the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that offer the nation’s best workplaces and progressive human resources policies. In choosing a finalist, Mediacorp’s editors consider how each employer compared to others in their industry to determine which offer the most advanced and employee-focused programs. The thorough evaluation process includes an in-depth review of the employer’s operations and human resource practices across eight criteria categories.To determine eligibility, the Top 100 editors follow the SME definition used by Statistics Canada, limiting […]
Last week over 3,300 retailers’ from across the globe gathered in NYC at the Javits Center for the NRF BIG Show 2017. This year’s NRF Big Show conference focused on the customer experience and the ongoing “Millennial” conundrum. With a great mix of big and small companies, 510+ exhibitors showcased many great technology innovations that presented the future of retail. Many of these great innovations focused on augmented/virtual reality, cognitive computing, and wearables.
Here is our list of top 3 highlights from the show:
Intel Bringing Retail to the Future
Intel has partnered with several companies to produce several different innovative technologies at this year’s conference. They have showcased a 3-D knitting technology where customers were able to pick the color and size they wanted. The idea behind this technology is that it will eliminate wasted inventory, markdowns and discounts by allowing retailers to deliver exactly what the customer demand needs. True Fit & Intel debuted a 3-D foot scanner utilizing Intel’s RealSense to find a customer’s perfect shoe size. Intel has also partnered with SAP to solve inventory management issues using RFID tags. The RFID tags are attached to each item within the store and communicate with SAP Dynamic Edge Processing providing information at the retailer’s finger tips. Retailer’s will get real-time requests to restock shelves, help employees locate items throughout the store, optimize check-out wait times and much much more.
Endless Aisle Concept
Many companies showcased different variations of the “endless aisle” experience. Several different technological options to help retailers improve inventory options to enhance store revenue growth were presented to support this concept.
- Kiosks provide an interactive user interface to provide customers with a deeper in-store product selection to improve sales of out-of-stock inventory and special-order […]