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Nordstrom takes POS to the cloud

By Retail Technology | Tuesday March 21 2017

US fashion retailer Nordstrom is moving to a POS system in the cloud to increase accuracy and consistency across multiple locations and better manage and track information

The company is using Infor Rhythm for Commerce -  part of the Infor CloudSuiteTM Retail - a modern engagement solution that helps retailers deliver an omnichannel shopping experience. 

Store associates can use product and inventory information to locate and order the right products across the supply network quickly and easily, on any device. Infor Rhythm connects commerce platforms with back office systems, and is powerful enough to analyse data that companies gather to create and strengthen customer relationships. 

“It’s crucial that we have the right technology in place today and in the future to improve our customer experience,” said Dan Little, chief information officer at Nordstrom. “We’re excited to move forward with Infor’s cloud-based platform as it aligns well with our current needs and is an adaptable platform that can continue to evolve to better serve customers.”




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