Retail for the Connected Consumer

It's a consumer's world; retailers are just living in it. Now more than ever, customers dictate how, when, where and from whom they choose to buy. The rate of change is only speeding up. The retailers best positioned to keep up with that change understand that the future of supply chain depends on agile, responsive supply networks capable of sensing consumer demand and fulfilling it profitably. The digital revolution is not only forcing the shift in business models, but it is also empowering the retail supply chain with the tools it needs to thrive in an always-on world.

With over 25,000 suppliers, financial institutions, logistics providers, agents, retailers and brands operating together in over 90 countries around the world, the GT Nexus platform leads the way in powering the supply chains of the world’s biggest brands and retailers.

Provide seamlessly integrated omnichannel fulfillment with 100% service levels.

Papers and Reports

The Network Approach to Inventory Management

Network inventory management shifts the burden from planning to real-time execution, letting companies optimize inventory end-to-end.

Customer Stories

Restoration Hardware: Adopting Cloud-Based Technology in the Retail Supply Chain

Restoration Hardware enabled its growth strategy with better visibility and a single system of record for supply chain data.

Papers and Reports

Fulfillment in an Evolving Omnichannel World

An omnichannel fulfillment strategy needs to not only execute orders efficiently in near real-time, but also drive profitability.


Our supply chain philosophy has changed from just being focused on cost savings to how can we service the customer – how can we get the right product at the right time at the right location for the right price so we can serve our consumers.

Abir Thakurta, Havertys

Retailers on GT Nexus

Home Depot
Dick's Sporting Goods
Cost Plus