Francesco Leto
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Francesco Leto

Openbravo

In today´s competitive retail market, there is demand for agile and customizable technologies that can integrate back-office processes, inventory management, and store operations. Openbravo has worked diligently to align itself with current standards and best practices in the software market and develop a retail-specific technology platform especially designed to meet

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Retail

One of the most critical factors for achieving success in emerging retail markets  is minimizing initial IT investment costs. This also means ensuring the framework in place is flexible and scalable enough to support company growth without running up IT costs. This blogpost, part of a series focused on specific challenges facing

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Retail

Achieving success in emerging retail markets depends on many contributing factors. One that is sometimes not given sufficient importance is the need to ensure that you have highly engaged and productive staff. This blogpost, part of a series focused on specific challenges facing retailers in emerging markets, shows how Openbravo can help

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Bangkok (Thailand) skyline view from the Golden Mount
Retail

This blogpost, the second in our series about retail expansion into emerging markets, looks at  flexibility and adaptability, key requirements for retailers working in emerging markets, and how Openbravo can help them achieve these goals. Flexibility and adaptability Emerging market retailers need to be flexible in executing strategy.  They need

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Kuala Lumpur business district
Retail

One of the keys to achieving success in emerging retail markets is to achieve a sustainable expansion strategy. This blogpost, the first in a series looking at specific challenges facing retailers in emerging markets, looks specifically at this topic and shows how Openbravo can help retailers successfully implement even the

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Retail

For  some time now, Openbravo has focused on the strategic growth opportunities in retail offered by fast-growing economies of Asia, Latin American and Africa – collectively  known as the “emerging markets”. For multinational retailers facing stagnant or negative growth rates in the mature markets of Europe and the US, these

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