Infotech Lead India: Mahindra Satyam has launched its business insights solution called REIMS (Retail Enterprise Information Management System).
Interestingly, the India government is planning to open up the domestic retail sector in the country by offering stake to foreign companies such as Walmart, Tesco, etc. Retail industry will attract investments in IT sector.
Mahindra Satyam’s retail solution will enable global retailers improve decision-making processes. This comprehensive solution addresses key business challenges in strategic, tactical & operational areas. This will help retailers identify the optimal courses of action to achieve their business objectives.
According to Gartner, Analytics and Business Intelligence is the top most CIO priority in 2012 and REIMS aims to address this priority.
Mahindra Satyam said REIMS is a Cloud and Mobile enabled solution spanning several process areas including Assortment & Merchandizing, Supply Chain Management, Warehouse management, Category Performance Analysis, Customer Analytics, Multi-channel web, mobile and social media analytics.
“In the last few years we have seen dramatic changes in the Retail landscape. There are mountains of raw data stored in different pockets throughout the Retail business – with diverse supply chains, volatile customer needs and extensive product lines. REIMS solution is armed with proven accelerators and assets for each step of BI analytical life cycle leading to a faster, risk-free deployment,” said Mahesh Vasudevanallur, head – Retail & CPG Practice, Mahindra Satyam.
The modular nature of REIMS helps fully integrate it with retailer’s existing BI landscape. Its deployment capabilities ensure immediate benefits, while minimizing cost and changes to existing infrastructure.
“Our consulting-led approach with our composite team of domain – and technical consultants, will help customers identify data — and process pain areas, conduct functional and technical fit gap analysis, address and advise on potential plug in and help devise an adoptable to-be process analytics roadmap,” Vasudevanallur added.