Whole Foods Market on cloud nine

|October 20, 2015 0

MUMBAI, INDIA: Whole Foods Market, one of the leading retailer of natural and organic foods, has taken the cloud route to drive operational efficiency.

For this, the retailer will build next-generation cloud retail management suite which will also provide it with data analytics to enhance customer experiences.

Through a combination of cloud-based automation processes for a wide variety of strategic merchandising and supply chain management functions, Whole Foods expects the new platform’s advanced analytics to provide insights that will drive business performance and operational efficiencies.

Besides, the new platform’s IT infrastructure will deliver more in-depth information and an enhanced shopping experiences for customers both in-store and online through Whole Foods Market’s digital channels.

Through a combination of cloud-based automation processes for a wide variety of strategic merchandising and supply chain management functions, Whole Foods expects the new platform’s advanced analytics to provide insights that will drive business performance and operational efficiencies.

Besides, the new platform’s IT infrastructure will deliver more in-depth information and an enhanced shopping experiences for customers both in-store and online through Whole Foods Market’s digital channels.

“The new retail platform we will co-create with Infor will be unlike anything currently on the market, better leveraging major technology advances to deliver much more value at lower cost,” said Jason Buechel, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Whole Foods Market.

Infor today also announced details of its plan to develop the next-generation end-to-end retail software suite, with Whole Foods serving as a collaborative partner in the endeavor.

Through the partnership, Whole Foods will become a working lab for development engineers and designers from Hook & Loop, Infor’s Manhattan-based internal design agency. Teams from the two companies will identify critical process improvements and develop a purpose-built software suite to enable Whole Foods to make better and faster decisions, take advantage of modern technologies like cloud and open source, and deliver a better experience back to its customers.

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