Packaged software for retailers is becoming the norm, not the exception. Cognizant’s Retail Enterprise Services team ensures that the packages you choose to implement reflect your business’s unique qualities. Whether they are foundational packages to support merchandising, point-of-sale or warehouse management or optimization solutions to quickly enhance growth and profitability, Cognizant combines our deep retail and program management expertise and implementation best practices to ensure you get the highest quality solution in the most cost-effective manner.
Cognizant’s relationships with vendors such as Oracle (Oracle Retail), SAP (IS Retail), Manhattan, IBM (Sterling Commerce) and JDA span the executive suite and go deep into product development. We work side-by-side, in concert with our partners to ensure that our customers are maximizing the potential of their investments. By leveraging our experienced practitioners in these areas, our service extends beyond implementation and support and into the complex problems associated with implementations, including data conversion, integration and testing. When it comes to retail packages, Cognizant Enterprise Services delivers.
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