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IBM is transforming its request for enhancement (RFE) process. The purpose of the transformation is to provide a more consistent experience for you to submit requests and to enable IBM product owners to respond to your requests more quickly. For more information click here.
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In my retail company ABC, an associate can work in multiple stores on different days of week or re-assigned temporarily to work on different store. Apart from store associates, there are district managers (and admin users) who would need to see activities happening in all stores assigned to the district ( or all stores for admin users )
In my retail company ABC, an associate can work in multiple stores on different days of week or re-assigned temporarily to work on different store. Apart from store associates, there are district managers (and admin users...
Regional Store manager to have access to multiple store and ability to switch between stores without having to logout
Regional Store manager to have access to multiple store in his/her region.The ability to login to multiple stores by a single user is critical for Regional Store Manager who manages multiple stores within a region.This needs to be supported by bot...
Allow multiple receipts for a purchase order
Many small and medium retailer do not have partners with full EDI capabilities or retailers may not have capabilities to process vendor EDIs. I am working for such a retailer. They create a purchase order in internal ERP system but they do not get...
Store level default segment configuration
Default segmentation set up needs to be done at the store level along with tenant level so that each store can have its own default segment. Store level tenant config should take priority. If there is no store level setting present then the tenant...
Store specific cycle count programs
Every store is different with respect to it sales, strategies, inventory management and also the no. of employees. Similarly, each store will have a different need in counting the inventory, hence a tenant level program configuration will be more ...
Add/Modify Charges during Order Creation from IBM Sterling Store Engagement
In Sterling RCP SOM, during Order Capture , in the final stage we have the option to Add New Charges or Modify Existing Changes. This is a critical functionality needed to override pricing, provide customer appeasement etc for various scenarios.Bu...
Allow deep linking within Store Engagement Next
Requesting that IBM extend the functionality of Store Engagement v1.0 to allow a logged in user to deep link to an existing page and pass in a parameter.Example URL request: https://mycompany-prod-1.oms.supply-chain.ibm.com/wsc/store/StartCustome...
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