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Retail Systems: A Primer
The core components of a retail information system are inventory management, inventory optimization, revenue management, sales management, and reports and

example of a systems request  than just retailing. For example, companies like Nike and Guess are both manufacturers and retailers because they produce their own products and sell them directly to consumers. Lastly, wholesalers, such as Costco and Sam's Club , are blurring traditional lines as they sell bulk items not only to small companies ( business-to-business [B2B]), but also to consumers ( business-to-consumer [B2C]). This list illustrates that the retail industry in fact has verticals within a vertical. The Information System f

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Merchandising Systems

Merchandising systems are the enterprise back and front-office software solutions upon which the majority of retailers rely to manage and support their daily tasks. These systems typically record product performance, which allows buyers to purchase merchandise according to that information and to make accurate merchandise decisions. Moreover, retail systems have capabilities for tracking inventory, capturing sales data, and managing retail prices. 

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