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Edeka Group veers away from the SAP world with Relex

Germany's largest retail organisation, Edeka Group, will optimise the orders and stocks of all its stores and distribution centres with the AI-based software platform of Relex. The decision represents a Copernican shift in the Edeka Group's IT strategy. Until now, the German retail giant has managed its inventory management systems exclusively with SAP and SAP partner solutions.

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Tegut optimises prices and stocks from one cast with Relex and Competera

Tegut will be one of the first retailers in Europe to optimise its prices, stocks, floor space and shelf placement from a unified sales forecast. To achieve this, the Fulda-based grocery store chain, which is part of Migros Zurich, will implement Relex's AI-based solution together with Competera's price optimisation tool. For SAP, the decision is a bitter blow: for more…

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Müller automates replenishment of distribution centres with Relex software

Drugstore chain Müller has implemented automated replenishment at its four central logistic hubs. It thus expands deployment of the Relex Living Retail Platform, which the company is already using for forecasting and replenishment of its stores.

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Douglas optimises inventory with Relex

Douglas has chosen Relex to optimise its inventory along its entire supply chain and from a single source for its online and brick-and-mortar business. Hardly any software provider is currently reporting more success in retail than Relex. The Finnish specialist was able to report 33 new customers last year.

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Müller optimises inventory with Relex software

Drugstore operator Müller has decided to deploy Relex software for forecasting and replenishment across its store network. The goal is to reduce inventory levels while warranting high product availability.

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GS1 industry box gets a second chance

At last the most important manufacturers of drugstore goods seem to have reached an agreement with Edeka, dm, Rossmann and Müller at GS1 Germany on an industry-wide reusable transport container for drugstore goods. The plastics processor Georg Utz and the pool operator IPP have been commissioned to initially circulate 100,000 standardised reusable boxes from spring 2021.

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