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Four pillars of Retail IT – Why so many system projects fail

Justin Cohen

March 6, 2015

The longer your retail IT project takes, the more likely it is to fail.

Retail Directions’ retail-centric approach means that our system can be deployed in less than 10% of the time required to bed-in other enterprise-level systems. This reduces risk and cost. Watch the video below to learn more.


For more information, read our guide to demystifying the retail system implementation process.

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Justin Cohen has been working in marketing and media for the last 15 years, mostly in the digital space. He has augmented his journalist studies with extensive travel, giving him unique insights into commercial and social spheres of life. Justin looks after Retail Directions’ marketing direction, brand positioning, digital content and community. He is highly respected by his audiences, colleagues and the senior team at Retail Directions.

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