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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 both Store Engagement UI as well for customers using their store UI.
This approach of having multiple users/login for a given user is not a feasible solution to the problem of providing multiple store access.
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How will this idea be used?
Multiple clients use OMS stores and have a concept of logically combining multiple stores within a region and assign a regional manager for these store.Regional managers need to login to multiple store within his/her control for various activities, including but not limited to, check inventory levels/number of orders/run prints to name a few.With this feature, there will be no need to create dummy users.Also, in implementation where IBM ID is used for federation, there is no way to give access to multiple stores.
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