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Costco selects Reply and hybris to implement its new international ecommerce site

News & Communication

07.04.2014

Reply and hybris software, an SAP company and the world’s fastest-growing commerce platform provider, today announced that they have developed and delivered Costco Wholesale Corporation’s new international ecommerce site, Costco.com.mx.

Costco strengthens global ecommerce Offering with Reply

Case Study

Reply’s highly experienced and effective team, from across its businesses and regions, turned Costco’s international ecommerce expansion plans into reality. Reply developed, built and managed the entire ecommerce offering for Costco, with Mexico becoming the first market to use and test the blueprint ecommerce platform developed in the UK, hosted on Google Cloud Platform.

Augmented Reality for Daikin

Best Practice

Forge Reply’s solution for Daikin is truly innovative and based on "Augmented Reality" - Daikin 3D

New boundaries in customer profiling

Best Practice

Customer analytics start with data. As demonstrated by a recent Reply project, Big Data technologies provide a very powerful tool-set. Retailers can now get insight into customers’ seasonal trends and use it to improve the management of stock or create tailored pricing and promotions.

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Retail IT Summit

Event

29.09.2009 - 30.09.2009

Glue Reply participated at the event as Key Partners. The Retail IT Summit took place in London on 29 and 30 September 2009.

SAP WORLD TOUR 2008

Event

29.10.2008

The Italian edition of SAP World Tour, the most relevant event for Italy?s SAP technology, unifies each year an amazing number of visitors for a wide and qualified scenario of technology and company solutions of the next generation.

Core Industry Applications

Best Practice

Reply designs and deploys application solutions aimed at satisfying the core business requirements of companies, increasing efficiency and making higher the organizations’ competitivity levels.

New boundaries in customer profiling

Best Practice

Customer analytics start with data. As demonstrated by a recent Reply project, Big Data technologies provide a very powerful tool-set. Retailers can now get insight into customers’ seasonal trends and use it to improve the management of stock or create tailored pricing and promotions.

Desktop Management

Case Study

Brembo, a world leader firm in design and production of highly reliable braking systems for cars and motorbikes, requested Reply?s consulting services with regard to satisfy two, strongly felt corporate needs.

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SAP SRM: Piaggio Group’s choice

Case Study

Piaggio & C. S.p.A. implemented the SAP R/3 platform for the management of the main business processes, including the passive cycle processes for the provisioning of indirect and direct production material. The solution identified by the Piaggio Group together with Syskoplan Reply is the SAP SRM - Supplier Relationship Management - platform.

DRS. Dealer Rendering System

Best Practice

The Dealer Rendering System, identified with the acronym DRS, is an application which, within the Automotive industry, makes it possible to request, manage and analyse materials returned by the sales, dealers and repair-shops network, optimising the reverse logistics process and automating processes for identifying responsibilities for faults.

Traceability: the Martini & Rossi project

Case Study

With the support of @logistics Reply, Martini & Rossi (Bacardi - Martini Group) has completed the process to adjust and upgrade its IT systems to manage the traceability of all production and distribution processes.

PMS. MES Project

Best Practice

PMS (Product Manufacturing System), a system that can be classified into the MES (Manufacturing Execution System) area, allows supervision, control and Management of manufacturing activities and field systems.

Amadori downstream traceability for frozen package food

Case Study

This project implements a different approach by adopting the Oracle BPM methodology used in developing the Oracle AIA (Application Integration Architecture) framework to analyse its real advantages and disadvantages, starting from the basic principles of BPM and reviewing it in a more business oriented way.

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