Chetu Inc., a global leader in custom software development for the supply chain industry, announces its exhibition at the 2017 Retail Supply Chain Conference in Orlando. Spanning February 12th through the 15th, the 2017 conference will focus on the business leadership, the impact of technological innovations, and the relationship between retailers and their supply chains in the current economic and consumer climate.
"Consumer expectations have changed rapidly and dramatically, even within the past two to three years," said Dave Wood, National Account Manager for Supply Chain and Logistics at Chetu, "Expectations have risen higher than ever before. Consumers don't just want to order a brand's products online, they want to be able to know if their local store has that product in stock, how many are available, and what options are available. They expect to be able to order online, pick up in a store, or even order online and return in person if the product doesn't work for them. These expectations require a retailer and its supply chain to integrate seamlessly from start to finish, with basically no room for failure. This is where the value of a custom-built software platform comes into play."
Featuring over 90 expert speakers, and general sessions led by supply chain leaders such as The Home Depot, Claire's, Hudson's Bay Company, Nike, Finish Line, Target, Walmart, and more, the 2017 Retail Supply Chain Conference will bring together over 1500 leaders in the Supply Chain industry.
About Chetu, Inc.:
Chetu provides a range of development services and software solutions tailored specifically for the supply chain and logistics sector. Chetu's expert developers create and integrate solutions that are designed to provide end-to-end business operations support, such as Warehouse Management Software, Supply Chain Management, Enterprise Resource Planning, manufacturing, shipping/receiving, inventory, and order fulfillment, plus logistics optimization and EDI standardized messaging formats for Omnichannel and eCommerce integrations. Chetu's experienced team can develop platforms using the latest in tracking and control hardware, including barcode scanning and RFID, and can build data and analytics integrations into business support modules such as CRM and Reporting, as well as custom POS software and payment processing portals. For more information, visit www.chetu.com/supply-chain-management
RILA is the trade association of the world's largest and most innovative retail companies. RILA members include more than 200 retailers, product manufacturers, and service suppliers, which together account for more than $1.5 trillion in annual sales, millions of American jobs and more than 100,000 stores, manufacturing facilities and distribution centers domestically and abroad.
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