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The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) has selected SupplyShift as its new partner and reporting platform for The Sustainability Insight System (THESIS) Index, formerly and most widely known as The Sustainability Index.


American retailer Bealls Inc. has turned to the Oracle Retail Cloud to modernize processes and gain new management efficiencies of its extensive inventory spanning casual lifestyle, apparel and home merchandise.


Kohl’s has selected Dsco as its platform for all drop ship suppliers on, allowing the retailer to increase the number of products available to customers on its site.


Green Growth Brands, a recognizable name in the cannabis industry, and its brand, Seventh Sense Botanical Therapy, have seen significant traction in mainstream retail through partnerships with Simon Property Group, Brookfield PropertiesDSW, Abercrombie & Fitch and American Eagle Outfitters.


RELEX Solutions, a provider of unified retail planning solutions, is partnering with AutoZone, a retailer and a leading distributor of automotive replacement parts and accessories in the United States, to provide forecasting and replenishment solutions to AutoZone’s distribution centers.


Mi9 Retail, a leading provider of end-to-end software solutions for retailers, wholesalers and brands, is working with CitrusAd, a leading retail media platform, to allow retailers the ability to better monetize their digital real estate.


JDA Software Inc. recently worked with Walmart in the development and rollout of the retailer's new advanced scheduling system, deployed to more than 1.1 million of its associates across approximately 4,600 stores.



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