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Wyevale to enhance the customer experience with the oracle retail stores suite of solutions

Published: 24 October 2017 - Kiran Grewal

Today, Oracle announced that Wyevale Garden Centres ("Wyevale") has invested in the Oracle Retail Stores suite of solutions including the latest version of Oracle Retail Xstore Point-of-Service, Oracle MICROS Hardware and Oracle Retail Customer Engagement with Oracle Retail Consulting. This significant investment builds on the relationship between Oracle Retail and Wyevale as the brand transitions from MICROS solution Retail J to

 

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IT Director of Wyevale Garden Centres, Andrew Parr said: "Oracle Retail Xstore Point-of-Service will deliver a substantially improved experience for both customers and colleagues and is the foundation for our future development of an integrated omnichannel platform. With the migration, we look forward to taking advantage of the benefits of the integration and modern functionality of the Stores Suite with the Oracle MICROS hardware."

Vice president of Oracle Consulting, Lou Frio said: "Oracle Retail Consulting has been working hard to create a rapid deployment model for our Oracle Retail Stores Suite of Solutions. We are committed to Wyevale's success from pilot through the rollout,"

"We are thrilled with the expansion of our partnership with Wyevale. Our hardware and software are engineered to work better together. We have integrated design and user experiences that give consistent content delivery across multiple devices, from tablets to workstations to empower associates and consumers," said Ray Carlin, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Oracle Retail.

Wyevale is a well-respected chain of 149 garden centers throughout England and Wales and is the largest garden center group in the U.K.
 

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