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Retail Core Systems
End-to-end value chain management

To respond rapidly to consumer expectations, retailers need total control over the global value chain, from their suppliers to the point of sale. The result is greater visibility and lower costs.
Overview
Success in the retail world depends on innovative technologies. T-Systems offers standardized ICT solutions for merchandise and global value chain management.

SAP for Retail

T-Systems enables retailers to streamline and improve their processes and system landscapes – by deploying the standardized solutions SAP for Retail and SAP ERP Central Component (ECC 6.0/7.0). The first step is an in-depth analysis of the existing environment, followed by expert advice on harmonization, consolidation and integration. And as an SAP Special Expertise Partner, T-Systems ensures high-quality, reliable implementation of the chosen solution, and where required, ongoing operation. What’s more, the Deutsche Telekom subsidiary can mobile-enable your processes.

ICT-based supply chain management

ICT-based processes are a core part of our offering – improving supply chain management, from supplier selection and procurement, to logistics and delivery to the point of sale (POS), or via mail to the consumer. Scalable ICT platforms and services connect all stakeholders in the global supply chain – suppliers, logistics players, retailers and even consumers. Via a shared network, they can collaborate and coordinate their activities. What’s more, our integrated solutions improve the availability of merchandise, and cut inventory costs. The offering is based on intelligent network design and infrastructure services for the entire supply chain, right up to the point of sale. ICT-based supply chain management from T-Systems also includes secure mobile-enablement of your business applications.

Special portfolio for international retailers and mail-order companies

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