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  • Give 15 Minutes at NRF and Give Clean Water to Orphans

    Learn more about The Miracle Foundation, RetailROI and how NetSuite is supporting them to bring clean water to orphans.

  • Omnichannel Commerce is Key to Survival for Home Goods Retailers

    Like the rest of the retail industry, home goods retail is in the midst of a major transition. Today’s shopper expects an anytime, anywhere commerce experience. For brands to meet and exceed those customer expectations, they must move from siloed multichannel retailing to frictionless omnichannel commerce.

  • Jonathan Adler Extends its ‘Fantasy Factory’ Design Environment to Business

    Jonathan Adler, has been the authority on Modern American glamour since 1993. Headquartered in New York City’s Soho neighborhood, the office is affectionately referred to as “Fantasy Factory,” a cheeky nod to Warhol’s Factory. Inside the vibrant and colorful office, Adler and his team design everything from pottery and furniture to textiles, lighting and more. With plenty of dogs running around, the “Fantasy Factory” is designed to bring ideas to life through collaboration, irreverence and creativity.

  • Draper James Accelerates Omnichannel Strategy with NetSuite

    When Hollywood powerhouse Reese Witherspoon founded her Draper James clothing, accessories, and home apparel line in 2015, it was with the mind to make everyone from from Greenville S.C. to Greenwich, Conn. feel as though they could utter a friendly, “y’all.” The retail startup was launched, in fact, as a tribute to her grandparents, William James Witherspoon and Dorothea Draper, who taught Witherspoon the ways of gracious Southern hospitality.

  • With NetSuite, Pusateri’s Empowers Industry-Leading Innovation in Gourmet Stores

    Providing a neighborhood grocery experience that concurrently whisks customers away on a culinary adventure has made Pusateri’s stores legendary in Canada since Cosimo Pusateri founded the first store in North Toronto more than 50 years ago. Staying true to old principles – treating customers as friends, providing fruits and vegetables sourced the same day on its store shelves, exceptional butchery and freshly prepared foods – have distinguished the business from high-end grocer competitors.

  • How Technology is Enabling Family Businesses to Thrive in the World of Digital Commerce

    In 1989, Peg and Tim Liebert founded a mail-order company they called Kansas Sampler. The catalog was filled with apparel and gifts related to the state of Kansas and local sports teams. In 1990, they expanded into brick-and-mortar retailing by opening five stores in the Kansas City area. Fast-forward to 2017 - the family-owned business, under the name Rally House is operating over 60 stores in nine states and a growing ecommerce site with son Aaron Liebert leading the helm.

  • Cloud Commerce Changes the Game for Soccer Express

    With the vast geography of Canada, and the decline of the local mom-and-pop soccer shops, Soccer Express saw a need to revamp its business model to focus online. However, its disparate technology systems were holding them back from going full speed into omnichannel success. “We had a tremendous amount of manual and duplication of work,” said Andrew Veer, Chief Operating Officer at Soccer Express. 

  • How Australian Retailers can Compete with the Amazon Goliath

    Australian retailers have generally lagged in adopting modern ecommerce and omnichannel commerce practices, yet its citizens are among the earliest adopters of new technology and trends. As such, many Australian retailers are not ready for the imminent entry of Amazon and could face very tough times if they don’t lift their game. 

  • New Zealand-based Sports Apparel Specialist Goes Global with NetSuite

    As a New Zealand-based company, operating as global business from the beginning, Mons Royale was not only taking on well established companies in the sports apparel market when it began its journey, but with some significant challenges to overcome. Yet, spurred by the loyalty among outdoor adventurers to the company’s high quality and stylish merino wool clothing, Mons Royale quickly outgrew its initial software systems.