Peak Technologies partners with OLR Retail to offer significant cost saving benefits for global retailers

London Olympia, 20 April 2022: Peak Technologies has partnered with OLR Retail to accelerate integration of its M-Netics Retail software solution with Oracle Retail and offer a robust, off the shelf, future-proofed mobile solution.

The new partnership with OLR Retail quickly adds the functionality of M-Netics Retail into a customer’s Oracle retail solution to seamlessly connect to the cloud and fine tune the retail supply chain for an outstanding economic impact.

OLR Retail harnesses the elements of Software as a Service (SaaS) to optimise any retail technology stack for scalable success. OLR Retail is a trusted long-standing partner of Oracle Retail and CX Commerce delivering integration, upgrades and support for top global retailers to drive operational efficiency and maximise ROI. The OLR Retail accelerator framework plays a critical role in this partnership because it rapidly connects M-Netics to Oracle Retail products and works for both on-premise and SaaS solutions.

The M-Netics Retail solution helps organisations deliver a better end-to-end mobile solution for inventory management, stock movement, and Click+Collect services. The partnership with OLR Retail will allow M-Netics Retail to integrate with Oracle Cloud applications. The significant cost savings and business benefits this will bring to global retailers include:

  • An 80% quicker go live time from off the shelf integration with Oracle Retail.
  • Cost savings created by a riskless integration and a seamless process.
  • End-to-end automation and seamless connection to the Oracle Cloud.
  • Raise productivity and reduce stock mis-management wastage down by at least 30%.
  • Expansion of E-Commerce Click & Collect capacity by at least 30%.
  • Increase profitability and efficiency for in store operations by eliminating paper and manual labour errors.

“This partnership brings a step change for retailers,” says Stephen Godman, Sales Director, EMEA, OLR Retail. “The ease and speed of integration of M-Netic’s functionality with Oracle Retail will empower retail organisations with the latest intelligence on products and pricing, clicks and collections with complete visibility over stock, whether the goods are in the warehouse, in transit or on display.”

“In the age of the cloud, Peak Technologies are delighted to partner with OLR Retail,” says René Schrama, UK Managing Director for Peak Technologies. “Working together, we are taking the lead in accelerating the end-to-end automation of the retail supply chain for improved flow of intelligence to every worker on the shop floor, the warehouse, and the back office.


Lisa Baker is the Editor of International Business News. As the Owner of Need to See IT Publishing, Lisa is an experienced business and technology journalist and publisher.

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