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Patrick Sedlak and Will O’Brien Quoted in MHI Solutions Magazine Article

December 7, 2015 Topics: Media, News

The rise of omnichannel, as well as increasingly demanding fulfillment requirements, present technological challenges to the retail apparel industry. A retailer’s ability to create a seamless experience for shoppers, regardless of how they choose to shop – in store, online, mobile – is dependent on automation with precision to track inventory, speed to fulfill orders, and flexibility to react to customer demands for options in ordering, delivery and returns.

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