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[Press Release] SkillNet Solutions Announces Merger of Subsidiary, Retailchemy, Strengthening Its Capabilities Across the Oracle Retail Portfolio of Applications (Now With MICROS Retail)
MAY 20, 2015
SkillNet Solutions Announces Merger of Subsidiary, Retailchemy, Strengthening Its Capabilities Across the Oracle Retail Portfolio of Applications (Now With MICROS Retail)
SkillNet Solutions seamlessly merges subsidiary company, Retailchemy, in a move to streamline its go-to-market offerings and strengthen its position as the prime implementation partner for Oracle Retail Xstore Point of Service (Xstore), Oracle Retail Customer Engagement (Relate), and Oracle Retail Order Broker (Locate).
Sunnyvale, California (PRWEB) 20 May 2015
SkillNet Solutions, Inc., a leading global retail systems integrator specialized in providing complete end-to-end omni-channel commerce solutions, announces that it has seamlessly merged operations of its subsidiary Retailchemy, a retail System Integrator for MICROS, creating synergy between its Oracle® and MICROS retail capabilities. The merger took effect on May 15, 2015.
“We are extremely confident that these organizational changes will position SkillNet to better serve its clients and partners in delivering retail transformations and connected customer experiences across all channels,” states Vidya Damle, Chief Executive Officer of SkillNet Solutions, Inc. “Not only does this merger streamline our organization and go-to-market offerings, it strengthens our position as the prime implementation partner for Oracle Retail Store solutions backed by our proven experience and a strong portfolio of successful MICROS retail engagements.”
Retailchemy operations seamlessly merge with SkillNet.
In early 2014, SkillNet launched its subsidiary company Retailchemy to focus on a MICROS Retail practice. Operating as an independent start-up entity allowed Retailchemy to address the market opportunity with razor-sharp focus and exhilarating speed. Building a global team of consulting associates and creating new centers of excellence in Solon, Ohio and Indore, India, Retailchemy became a fast growing MICROS system integration partner in retail.
A favorable shift in market dynamics arose in late 2014 with Oracle’s acquisition of MICROS allowing SkillNet the opportunity to consolidate its organization and streamline its go-to-market offerings as the proven experience leader and prime implementation partner for Oracle Retail Store systems.
SkillNet Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer of Retailchemy, Anurag Mehta, asserts that, “With an unprecedented surge in demand for MICROS related services, we believe it is the right time to blend the budding and agile Retailchemy group with the experience and scale of SkillNet whose global delivery team and robust methodology has successfully delivered dozens of multiyear, multimillion dollar engagements in POS and omni-channel commerce worldwide over the past 19 years. This merger allows us to provide new and exciting solutions for retail CRM and loyalty programs, omni-channel order management, and loss prevention to our existing Oracle customers.”
SkillNet strengthens its comprehensive capabilities in enablement of Oracle Retail Store solutions by launching its award-winning integration accelerator, StoreHub, now supporting Oracle MICROS retail applications.
SkillNet is proud to announce the extension of its award-winning integration accelerator StoreHub for Oracle MICROS applications. With StoreHub, retailers can rapidly accelerate their implementation timeline with pre-built retail application connectors and templates. StoreHub’s Extract Transform and Load (ETL) capability helps transform and transmit data between the Oracle Retail Store solution and the client’s various existing legacy systems including tax, CRM, e-commerce, HR, and distribution center systems. StoreHub offers both real time and batch integration capabilities, monitoring tools, and reporting functionality.
With over 10 years of experience successfully implementing Oracle Stores applications, SkillNet has leveraged its expertise into extending its five phase Stores implementation approach to MICROS Retail applications. It’s tried, tested, and proven five phase implementation approach covers project inception, elaboration, construction, transition, and production to ensure a thorough and successful implementation. SkillNet is devoted to utilizing industry best practices and the Oracle Unified Methodology (OUM).
For more information on StoreHub and SkillNet’s retail services, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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