Cybage Supports Complex Distributed Order Management as Consumer Shopping Options Expand
Cybage, a leader in outsourced product engineering, supports it customers through the complex options and decisions with Order Management Systems (OMS) implementations. The expansion of digital commerce shopping options is directly driving investment in distributed order management systems. According to Gartner’s new Market Guide for Retail Distributed Order Management Systems, “Consumers are expanding their use of shopping options, thus increasing order fulfilment complexity for retail and direct-to-consumer companies, and driving investment in distributed order management systems. (1)”
The report includes recommendations and a list of representative vendors for “Chief supply chain officers (CSCOs) in retail who are focused on technology and solutions for supply chain and operations.” Cybage was named in the report for business process and change management consulting for Jagged Peak Implementations.
“The need for distributed order management solutions is on the rise. Retailers must be flexible and innovative with changing purchases like instore pickup and other multichannel options, and fulfilment patterns, said Ashwin Parmar, SVP – Online Retail, Cybage. “Cybage implements real-time order processing and distributed order management solutions, and we deliver customized distributed order management systems for several Omni-channel retailers across the globe.”
(1) Market Guide for Retail Distributed Order Management Systems Published 30 August 2018 by Tom Enright, VP and Analyst
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