River Island chooses Oracle Retail Planning to support growth

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UK fashion firm selects Oracle to help improve customer experience as it aims to expand into new markets

Fashion retailer River Island has selected Oracle's Retail Planning and Optimisation solution to help support its plans for worldwide growth. The firm will use Oracle Retail Merchandise Financial Planning,...

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