Arquiconsult was the chosen partner by the National Distribution Company (CND) to implement Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central LS Retail in 22 Maxi supermarkets and Dakaza stores in Angola.
Yesterday, 9th of May, Arquiconsult gathered with its partners and customers at ‘El Commercio Unificado Integrado con AI’ Event (Unified Commerce infused with Intelligence), in Barcelona. According to Boston Retail Partners, 81% of retailers will deploy Unified Commerce platforms by 2020.
Arquiconsult is often invited to participate in various international projects in Retail, due to proven experience and successful large-scale implementations in this area. This time, Arquiconsult supported its Spanish partner Arbentia, in the implementation of a Microsoft Dynamics LS Retail project.
The implementation of a new POS system can require high investment costs. For small retailers in particular, it is important to keep fixed costs at a low level in order to be able to generate profit quickly.
Retail customers shop at one retailer or another based on a combination of: product, selection, price, convenience, shopping experience, service and the retailer’s reputation.
Retailers that want to stay ahead of their competitors constantly need to find new ways to respond to evolving shopper needs and shifting expectations.
Speaking in Reykjavik, Iceland, LS Retail’s CEO Magnus Norddahl forecast that the release of this fresh version of LS Nav would spark considerable interest in the retail and hospitality community, as it has in the recent past.